INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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12.7
Introduction
● "Instruction Manual" (PDF file)
Operations and settings of each function are
explained. It can be downloaded from NTT DOCOMO
website.
http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/support/
trouble/manual/download/index.html
Thank you for your purchase of "SO-05D".
For proper use of the SO-05D, read this manual
carefully before and while you use the SO-05D.
* You can download the latest information of
"クイックスタートガイド (Quick Start Guide)"
(in Japanese only). The URL and contents are
subject to change without prior notice.
About manuals of SO-05D
In addition to this manual, the operations of SO-05D
are described in " クイックスタートガイド (Quick Start
Guide)" (in Japanese only) and "Instruction Manual"
application of the terminal (in Japanese only).
● " クイックスタートガイド (Quick Start Guide)"
(Supplied accessories)
The initial operations and settings after purchasing
the terminal, screen view contents and operations of
main function are explained. (In Japanese only)
● "Instruction Manual" (Application of the terminal)
Similarly to this manual, operations and settings of
each function are explained. To use "Instruction
Manual" application, from the Home screen, tap
and [Instruction Manual]. When using for the first time
or reinstalling, download and install the application
according to the onscreen instructions. You can use
the application as an electronic book. You can also
shift to actual operations by tapping the description
in the contents or view reference contents. (In
Japanese only)
❖Note
・
For downloading or updating the application, a high
packet communication charge will be applied
because of a large amount data communication. For
this reason, subscription of packet flat-rate service is
highly recommended.
* If you use Wi-Fi function to download, packet
communication charges are not applied.
❖Note
Reproduction or reprint of all or part of this manual
without prior permission is prohibited.
・ Important information for SO-05D is posted in the
following website. Be sure to check before using.
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/support/use_support/
product/so-05d/ (in Japanese only)
・
● スマホなるほどツアーズ for docomo with series
"Tips of smartphone for docomo with series"
(Widget in the terminal)
An widget with which you can easily learn useful
functions and basic operations you should know with
Docomodake.
To use Tips of smartphone for docomo with series,
from the Home screen, tap
.
Operation descriptions
In this manual, each key operation is described with
p, x, y, r, m. And selection
operations of the icons or function items on the
touch panel are described as follows.
Description
From the Home
screen, tap
and
tap
[Settings]u[About
phone].
Touch and hold an
icon.
Operation
From the Home screen, tap
(Applications button), and then
tap "Settings" on the next screen
and "About phone" on the
following screen in order.
Keep touching an icon longer (12 seconds).
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
In this manual, the instructions are described with
the default Home screen. If you set the other
application to the home screen, the operations may
differ from the descriptions.
Display examples and illustrations used in this
manual are just images for explanations and may be
different from actual ones.
In this manual, the easier procedure is described for
the functions and settings which have multiple
operating procedures.
Please note that "SO-05D" is called "the terminal" in
this manual.
In this manual, explanations for "docomo" as Home
application are provided. To switch the Home
applications, see "Learning Home screen" (P.60).
1
Supplied accessories
・
Battery Pack SO06
・
1Seg antenna cable SO01
(with manual)
・
microSD card (2GB)* (Sample)
(with manual)
Supplied accessories
SO-05D (with warranty) ・ Back cover SO20
* Inserted in the terminal when purchased.
・ クイックスタートガイド (Quick Start Guide)
(In Japanese only)
・
Stereo Headset with Microphone (Sample)
(with manual)
クイック
スタート
ガイド
For details on optional devices, see "Optional
and related devices" (P.231).
・
SO-05D のご利用にあたっての注意事項
安全上/取り扱い上のご注意
(Notes on usage Safety/Handling
precautions) (In Japanese only)
2
Contents
■ Supplied accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
■ About using the terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
■ Safety Precautions (Always follow these
directions) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
16
■ Handling precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before Using the Terminal . . . 22
Part names and functions................................................22
docomo mini UIM card .....................................................23
microSD card ...........................................................................24
Battery pack..............................................................................25
Charging.....................................................................................26
Turning power on/off.........................................................30
Initial settings (Setup guide) ..........................................31
Status bar ...................................................................................33
Notification panel .................................................................35
Notification LED .....................................................................36
Basic operations.....................................................................36
Searching information in the terminal and web
pages ............................................................................................39
Character entry.......................................................................40
Setting character entry......................................................53
Setting Japanese keyboard.............................................53
USB keyboard/Bluetooth keyboard...........................59
Call settings .............................................................................. 84
Phonebook ............................................................................... 85
Mail/Web browser . . . . . . . . . . . 96
sp-mode mail .......................................................................... 96
Message (SMS)........................................................................ 96
Email.............................................................................................. 99
Gmail.......................................................................................... 106
Google Talk............................................................................ 106
Early Warning "Area Mail".............................................. 107
Web browser ........................................................................ 108
Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
Viewing the setting menu............................................ 112
Wireless & networks ......................................................... 112
Device ....................................................................................... 125
Personal ................................................................................... 134
System ...................................................................................... 146
File management . . . . . . . . . . .149
docomo Palette UI. . . . . . . . . . . 60
Handling a file...................................................................... 149
Transferring and moving data ................................... 149
Using infrared communication................................. 153
Using Bluetooth function ............................................. 156
Sharing files with DLNA devices via Connected
devices (Media server) .................................................... 159
Home screen............................................................................60
Application screen................................................................66
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Making/Receiving a call ....................................................77
Call history .................................................................................82
dmenu ...................................................................................... 161
dmarket.................................................................................... 161
Play Store ................................................................................ 162
Osaifu-Keitai .......................................................................... 163
Contents/Precautions
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1Seg............................................................................................ 167
FM radio................................................................................... 174
Camera...................................................................................... 175
Playing multimedia content........................................ 193
Album........................................................................................ 195
YouTube................................................................................... 198
Connecting the terminal to TV to watch photos
and videos .............................................................................. 200
Media Player.......................................................................... 201
Timescape™ ......................................................................... 204
Location services................................................................ 207
Calendar................................................................................... 213
Alarm & clock........................................................................ 215
SD card backup ................................................................... 219
OfficeSuite .............................................................................. 221
Intellectual Property Right ........................................... 260
SIM unlock.............................................................................. 263
Index .......................................................................................... 264
International roaming . . . . . . 222
Overview of International roaming (WORLD
WING)......................................................................................... 222
Available Services............................................................... 222
Before using........................................................................... 223
Making/Receiving calls in the country you stay
....................................................................................................... 226
International roaming settings.................................. 228
Appendix/Index. . . . . . . . . . . . 231
Optional and related devices ..................................... 231
Troubleshooting................................................................. 231
Smartphone Anshin Remote Support ................. 237
Warranty and After Sales Services............................ 237
Updating software............................................................. 240
Main specification.............................................................. 243
Specific Absorption Rate of Mobile Phone, etc.
....................................................................................................... 246
End User Licence Agreement..................................... 258
About Open Source Software.................................... 259
Export Controls and Regulations.............................. 260
Contents/Precautions
4
Contents/Precautions
About using the terminal
SO-05D supports LTE, W-CDMA, GSM/GPRS
and Wireless LAN Systems.
・ Because a terminal operates using radio
frequencies, it cannot be used inside a tunnel,
underground, in a building or other locations
where radio waves do not reach the terminal,
in locations with weak radio wave condition,
or out of Xi/FOMA service area. The services
may not be available on high upper floors of
high-rise apartments or buildings, even if you
can see no obstructions around you. On
occasion, your calls may become
disconnected even in areas with strong radio
wave condition, even if you are not moving, or
even if there are 4-antenna marks in the
terminal's display.
・ Because your terminal uses radio waves to
communicate, it is possible that a third party
may attempt to tap your calls. However, the
LTE, W-CDMA, GSM/GPRS system
automatically scrambles all calls through a
private call feature. Therefore, even if third
party successfully intercepts your call, they
will only hear noise.
・
The terminal operates on radio frequencies by
converting voice into digital signals. If the
caller moves into an area of adverse radio
wave condition, the digital signal may not be
restored accurately, and the voice received in
the call may differ slightly from the actual
voice.
・ Note down the information saved in the
terminal in a separate note and keep it safely.
Note that DOCOMO assumes no
responsibility for any loss of saved contents of
data resulting from malfunction, repair,
changing of the model or other handling of
the terminal.
・ You are recommended to save important
data to microSD card.
・ As with PCs, some user-installed applications
may disrupt the stability of the terminal
performance, or unexpectedly transmit
information via the Internet causing improper
use of your location information as well as
personal information recorded on the
terminal. Therefore, verify the supplier and
operating conditions of the applications to be
used before using them.
・ This terminal has Xi Area, FOMA Plus-Area and
FOMA HIGH-SPEED Area support.
・ The terminal does not support i-mode sites
(programs) or i-Dppli.
・
Contents/Precautions
5
The terminal automatically performs
communication for synchronizing data,
checking the latest software version, maintain
connection with the server, etc. If you
transmit a large amount of data such as
downloading applications or watching
movie, a packet communication charge
becomes high. Subscription of packet flatrate service is highly recommended.
・ Public mode (Driving mode) is not supported.
・ Setting the phone to silent mode does not
mute sounds for shutter, playback of video or
music, alarm, etc.
・ The names of the operators are displayed on
unlocking screen (P.31).
・ Your phone number (own number) can be
checked as follows:
From the Home screen, tap and tap
[Settings]u[About phone]u[Status].
・ The software version of your terminal can be
checked as follows:
From the Home screen, tap and tap
[Settings]u[About phone].
・ You can perform software update by
downloading an update file with a PC via
Internet and connecting the PC to the
terminal. For details, see "Connecting to a PC
and updating" (P.242).
・ By some software updates, the operating
system (OS) may be version-upgraded for
improving the terminal quality. For this
・
reason, you always need to use the latest OS
version. And some applications that used in
the previous OS version may not be available
or some unintended bugs may occur.
・ You can use the terminal only with docomo
mini UIM card. If you have a UIM or FOMA
card, bring it to a docomo Shop to replace.
・ Set the screen lock to ensure the security of
your terminal for its loss. For details, see
"Screen lock" (P.142).
・ If your terminal is lost, change your each
account password to invalidate
authentication using a PC to prevent other
persons from using Google services such as
Google Talk, Gmail, Google Play, etc.,
Facebook, Twitter and mixi.
・ Google application and service contents are
subject to change without prior notice.
・ The terminal supports only sp-mode, mopera
U and Business mopera Internet. Other
providers are not supported.
・ To use tethering, subscription of sp-mode is
required.
・ Packet communication charge when using
tethering varies depending on the charging
plan you use. Subscription of packet flat-rate
service is highly recommended.
・ For details on usage charge, etc., refer to http:/
/www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/ .
Contents/Precautions
6
Safety Precautions (Always
follow these directions)
■
Indicates prohibited actions.
For safe and proper use of the terminal, please
read the "Safety Precautions" prior to use.
Keep the Manual in a safe place for future
reference.
■ ALWAYS observe the safety precautions since
they intend to prevent personal injury or
property damage.
■ The following symbols indicate the different
levels of injury or damage that may result if
the guidelines are not observed and the
terminal is used improperly.
■
DANGER
Failure to
observe these
guidelines may
immediately
result in death
or serious
injury.
WARNING
Failure to
observe these
guidelines may
result in death
or serious
injury.
CAUTION
Failure to
observe these
guidelines may
result in injury
and property
damage.
The following symbols indicate specific
directions.
Don’t
Indicates not to disassemble.
No disassembly
No liquids
No wet hands
Do
Unplug
■
Indicates not to use where it could
get wet.
Indicates not to handle with wet
hands.
Indicates compulsory actions in
accordance with instructions.
Indicates to remove the power plug
from the outlet.
"Safety Precautions" are described in the
following categories:
1. Handling the terminal, battery pack, adapter
and docomo mini UIM card (common) . . . . . . .8
2. Handling the terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
3. Handling battery pack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
4. Handling adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
5. Handling the docomo mini UIM card
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
6. Handling the terminal near electronic medical
equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
7. Material list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Contents/Precautions
7
1. Handling the terminal, battery
pack, adapter and docomo mini
UIM card (common)
WARNING
Don’t
DANGER
Don’t
Don’t
Do not use, store or leave the equipment in
hot places (e.g. by the fire, near a heater,
under a kotatsu, in direct sunlight, in a car in
the hot sun). (including the event that you
ware the equipment in the pocket of your
clothes, etc.)
Doing so may cause fire, burns or injury.
Do not place equipment inside cooking
appliance such as a microwave oven or highpressure containers.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
No disassembly
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
No liquids
Do not let the equipment get wet with
water, drinking water, urine of pet animals,
etc.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do
Use the battery pack and adapter specified
by NTT DOCOMO for your terminal.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Don’t
Don’t
Do
Do
Do not subject the equipment to excessive
force or throw it.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do not allow the microUSB connecting jack
or headset connecting jack to come in
contact with conducting foreign substances
(a piece of metal, pencil lead, etc.). Never
allow these objects to get into the
connecting jack.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do not cover or wrap the equipment with a
cloth or bedding in use or while charging.
Doing so may cause fire or burns.
Power off the terminal before you step into a
place where flammable gas can leak, such as
gas stations. Stop charging if you charge the
battery.
Gas may catch fire.
When using Osaifu-Keitai in a place such as a
gas station, turn OFF the terminal before using
it.
(When Osaifu-Keitai lock is activated,
deactivate it before turning OFF the terminal.)
If you notice anything unusual about the
equipment such as an unusual odor,
overheating, discoloration or deformation
during operation, charging or storage,
immediately perform the following
measures.
・Remove the power plug from the power
outlet or cigarette lighter.
・Power off the terminal.
Contents/Precautions
8
・Remove the battery pack from the
terminal.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
2. Handling the terminal
WARNING
CAUTION
Don’t
Don’t
Do not place on an unstable or inclined
platform.
Doing so may cause the device to fall and
cause injury.
Don’t
Do not keep in a place that is very humid,
dusty, or subject to high temperature.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Do
If children use the terminal, parents or
guardians should give them the proper
instructions for use. Make sure that they use
the terminal as instructed.
Failure to do so may cause injury.
Do
Keep the equipment out of the reach of
babies and infants.
Failure to do so may cause accidental
swallowing or injury.
Do
Don’t
Be careful especially when using the
terminal connected to the adapter
continuously for a long time.
If you play a game, watch 1Seg, etc. for a long
time while charging, the temperature of the
terminal, battery pack and AC adapter may
rise.
If you are directly in contact with hot parts for
a long period of time, it may cause your skin to
become red, itchy, or develop a rash
depending on your physical condition and
also it may cause low-temperature burn.
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Do not direct the infrared data port toward
your eye and transmit signals.
Doing so may cause harmful effect your eyes.
Do not direct the infrared data port toward
home electric appliances etc. equipped with
infrared device when using infrared
communication.
Doing so may cause an accident because of
erroneous operation of infrared device.
Do not turn on the light with the lighting
luminescence part close to the eyes.
Especially to shoot infants or young
children, step away from them 1 m or more.
Doing so may cause blurred vision. Or injury
by dazzling eyes or surprising may occur.
Do not allow a foreign substance such as
water and other liquids, metal parts, or
flammables to get in the docomo mini UIM
card or microSD card insertion slot on the
terminal.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do not turn on the light toward a driver of a
car etc.
Doing so may disturb driving and cause an
accident.
Contents/Precautions
9
Do
Do
Do
Power off the terminal in a place where the
use is prohibited such as in airplane or
hospital.
Failure to do so may affect electronic
equipment and electronic medical
equipment.
Follow the instructions of each medical facility
for the use of mobile phones on their
premises.
Prohibited acts such as mobile phone usage
on board an airplane may be punished by law.
If usage of mobile phones in an aircraft is
admitted by setting airplane mode, etc., use
the terminal under the direction of the airline.
If the microUSB cable is connected into the
USB connecting jack for charging etc., the
terminal is automatically powered on
although the operations are not available. Be
careful not to connect the microUSB cable in a
place where the use is prohibited such as in
airplane or hospital.
Always keep the terminal away from your
ear when you talk setting the hands-free
function.
Also, when you play game, play back music,
etc. connecting the Earphone/Microphone,
etc. to the terminal, adjust the volume
adequately.
If the volume is too loud, it may cause
difficulty in hearing.
Moreover, if you barely hear the surrounding
sounds, it may cause an accident.
If you have a weak heart, set the vibrator or
ringtone volume carefully.
Failure to do so may affect your heart.
Do
Do
Do
If you are wearing any electronic medical
equipment, check with the relevant medical
electronic equipment manufacturer or
vendor whether the operation may be
affected by radio waves.
The radio waves from the terminal may affect
electronic medical equipment.
Power off the terminal near electronic
devices or equipment operating on high
precision control or weak signals.
Failure to do so may interfere with the
operation of electronic devices or equipment.
* The followings are some electronic devices
or equipment that you should be careful of:
Hearing aids, implantable cardiac
pacemaker, implantable cardioverter
defibrillator, other electronic medical
equipment, fire detector, automatic door,
and other automatically controlled devices
or equipment.
If you use an implantable cardiac
pacemaker, implantable cardioverter
defibrillator, or other electronic medical
equipment, check with the relevant medical
electronic equipment manufacturer or
vendor whether the operation can be
affected by radio waves.
Be careful about broken glasses or exposed
internal from the terminal if the display or
the camera lens is broken.
Shatterproof film-applied hardened glass is
used on the display surface and the acrylic
resin is applied on camera lens so as not to be
shattered when broken. But they may cause
injury if you touch a cut surface or exposed
portion mistakenly.
Contents/Precautions
10
CAUTION
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Do
Do
Do not swing the terminal around by
holding a strap etc.
The terminal may hit you or others and cause
accident such as injury.
Do not use damaged terminal.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
When using the motion sensor, check the
safety around you, hold the terminal firmly,
and do not shake it unnecessarily.
May cause accident such as injuries.
If the display is mistakenly damaged and
when the liquid crystal runs out, do not get
it on your skin such as face, hands, etc.
Doing so may cause blindness or injury on
your skin.
If the liquid crystal gets in your eye or mouth,
rinse with clean running water, and get
medical treatment immediately.
Also, if it gets on your skin or clothes, use
something such as alcohol to wipe off and
wash it with soap in clear water.
To use the terminal in car, check with
automobile manufacturer or dealer to
determine how the device is affected by
radio waves before using.
In rare cases, using the phone in some vehicle
models can cause the vehicle's electronic
equipment to malfunction. In that case, stop
using the terminal immediately.
Do
The use of the terminal may cause itching,
rashes, eczema, or other symptoms
depending on the user's physical condition.
Immediately stop using and get medical
treatment in such a case.
For material of each part → P.15 "Material list"
When watching the display, take a certain
distance from the display in a fully bright
place.
Failure to do so may reduce visual acuity.
3. Handling battery pack
■
Check that the battery type matches the type
displayed on the battery pack label.
Display
Li-ion 00
Type of Battery
Lithium Ion Battery
DANGER
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Do not connect a wire or other metal objects
to the jack. And, do not carry or store the
terminal with objects like a metal necklace.
Doing so may cause battery pack to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
Check the orientation of the battery pack to
attach to the terminal, and do not try to
force the battery pack onto the terminal if
you are having trouble attaching it.
Doing so may cause battery pack to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
Do not throw the terminal into fire.
Doing so may cause battery pack to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
Contents/Precautions
11
Don’t
Do
Do not stick a nail into the terminal, hit it
with a hammer, or step on it.
Doing so may cause battery pack to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
If the battery pack's fluid etc. contacts eyes,
immediately flush the eyes with clean water
and see a doctor right away. Do not rub the
eyes.
Failure to do so may cause blindness.
Don’t
Do
WARNING
Don’t
If the battery pack seems to have
abnormalities such as deformation or
scratches due to falling, never use it.
Doing so may cause battery pack to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
Do
If the battery pack leaks or gives off a
strange smell, immediately remove it from
the vicinity of open flames.
The leaking liquid may ignite fire, catch fire, or
explode.
Do
Be careful not to let your pet bite the battery
pack.
Doing so may cause battery pack to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
CAUTION
Don’t
Do not discard the battery pack together
with other garbage.
Doing so may cause igniting or environmental
destruction. Tape the terminals of old battery
packs to insulate them, and then bring them
into a sales outlet such as docomo Shop. If
your local municipality has a battery recycling
program, dispose of them as provided for.
Do not use or charge a wet battery pack.
Doing so may cause battery pack to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
If fluid etc. leaks out from the battery pack,
do not make the fluid contact with your skin
of face or hands.
Doing so may cause blindness or injury on
your skin.
If the fluid etc. gets into your eyes or mouth, or
contacts skin or clothes, immediately flush the
contacted area with clean running water.
If the fluid gets into the eyes or mouth,
immediately see a doctor after flushing.
4. Handling adapter
WARNING
Don’t
Do not use the adapter cord if it gets
damaged.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
Do not use the AC adapter in a very humid
place such as bathroom.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
DC adapter is only for a negative ground
vehicle. Do not use DC adapter for a positive
ground vehicle.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
Do not touch the adapter if you hear
thunder.
Doing so may cause electric shock.
Contents/Precautions
12
Don’t
Do not short-circuit the microUSB plug
while it is connected to the power outlet or
cigarette lighter socket. Do not touch the
microUSB plug with your hands, fingers, or
any part of your body.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
Do not place heavy objects on the adapter
cord.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
When you insert and remove the AC adapter
from power outlet, do not contact a metal
strap or other metal objects with the jack.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Do
Do
Do
Do
No wet hands
Do
Do not touch the adapter cord or outlet with
wet hands.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Use the adapter only on the specified power
supply and voltage.
When charging the terminal overseas, use
AC adapter for global use.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
AC adapter : AC 100 V
DC adapter : DC 12 V or 24 V (only for a
negative-ground vehicle)
AC adapter for global use : AC 100 V to 240 V
(Make sure to connect the adapter to a
household AC power outlet.)
When the fuse in a DC adapter is blown,
make sure to use the specified fuse.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock. For the specified fuse, see the
users manuals that supplied with a DC
adapter.
Clean dust from the power plug.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
When you connect the AC adapter to the
power outlet, insert it firmly.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
When you disconnect the power plug from
the outlet or cigarette lighter socket, do not
pull the adapter cord with excessive force.
Instead, hold the adapter to disconnect.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
Unplug
Always remove the power plug from the
outlet or cigarette lighter when not using
the adapter for an extended period.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
Unplug
Immediately remove the power plug from
the outlet or cigarette lighter socket if water
or other fluids get into the adapter.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
Unplug
Before cleaning, remove the power plug
from the power outlet or the cigarette
lighter socket.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
Contents/Precautions
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5. Handling the docomo mini UIM
card
Do
CAUTION
Do
Be careful of the cut surface when removing
docomo mini UIM card.
Failure to do so may cause injury.
6. Handling the terminal near
electronic medical equipment
■
Do
The following instructions observe the
guidelines of the Electromagnetic
Compatibility Conference, Japan to protect
electronic medical equipment from radio
waves from mobile phones.
WARNING
Do
Please observe the following guidelines in
medical facilities.
・Do not take the terminal into the operating
rooms, ICU (Intensive Care Unit), or CCU
(Coronary Care Unit).
・Power off the terminal inside hospital wards.
・Power off the terminal in the lobby and
other places if there are any electronic
medical equipment operating in the vicinity.
・Follow the instructions of each medical
facility when they specify areas forbidding to
use and carrying a mobile phone.
Do
Power off the terminal in crowded places
such as rush-hour trains. There may be a
person with an implantable cardiac
pacemaker or implantable cardioverter
defibrillator near you.
The radio waves from the terminal may affect
the operation of implantable cardiac
pacemaker or implantable cardioverter
defibrillator.
If you use an implantable cardiac pacemaker
or implantable cardioverter defibrillator,
keep the terminal 22 cm or more away from
the implant at all times.
The radio waves from the terminal may affect
the performance of electronic medical
equipment.
If you need to use electronic medical
equipment other than implantable cardiac
pacemaker or implantable cardioverter
defibrillator outside medical facilities such
as treating at home, check with the relevant
medical electronic equipment manufacturer
whether the operation may be affected by
radio waves.
The radio waves from the terminal may affect
the performance of electronic medical
equipment.
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7. Material list
Part
Exterior case
(cover : front)
Exterior case
(panel : rear
transparent plate
display)
Exterior case
(panel : front)
Exterior case
(cover : bottom)
Exterior case
(cover : rear)
Exterior case
(panel : rear)
(terminal color :
Black)
Exterior case
(panel : rear)
(terminal color :
White/Pink/Orange)
Exterior case
(back cover)
Transparent plate
(camera)
Transparent plate
(photo light)
Part
Surface
Material
treatment
PA resin (with Discontinuous
glass) + AL evaporation
plate
coating (tin) +
UV coating
PC resin
UV coating
(with glass)
PC resin
(with glass)
PC resin
(with glass)
PA resin
(with glass)
PC resin
(with glass)
UV coating
Discontinuous
evaporation
coating (tin) +
UV coating
UV coating
Urethan coating
PC resin
(with glass)
UV coating
PC resin
(with glass)
PC resin +
PMMA resin
PMMA resin
UV coating
Transparent plate
(display)
Side keys
(power key, volume
key) (terminal color :
Pink/Orange)
Side keys
(power key, volume
key) (terminal color :
Black/White)
Battery pack
(contacts)
Battery pack (body
(top case))
Battery pack (body
(bottom case))
Battery pack
(label)
Material
Glass + PET
resin
PC resin
PC resin
Surface
treatment
Hard coating
UV coating
―
Copper alloy First nickel
plating/Gold
plating
PA resin
―
PC resin
―
PET resin
UV coating
Hard coating +
AR treatment
Hard coating
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・
Handling precautions
■
Extreme temperature changes may produce
condensation and corrode the internal parts of
the terminal, causing it to malfunction.
Common precautions
・
Do not allow the terminal to get wet.
The terminal, battery pack, adapter and docomo
mini UIM card are not waterproof. Do not use in
a bathroom or other highly humid area or do not
let rain touch. Or putting the terminal on your
body, humidity of sweat may cause internal
corrosion and malfunction. Note that
malfunctions, which are determined to be
caused by water as result of inspections, are
outside the scope of the warranty. Since these
conditions are outside of the scope of the
warranty, a repair, if at all possible, is charged.
・
・
・
・
Do not rub or scratch the display with
metal.
The display may get scratched and it may cause
malfunction or damage.
・
■
Read the users manuals supplied with
optional devices.
The terminal precautions
・
Clean the terminals occasionally with a
dry cotton swab.
If the jack is soiled, connection gets worse and it
may cause power to be turned off or insufficient
battery charge, so clean the jack with a dry
cotton swab etc. When cleaning, be careful not
to damage the terminals.
Make sure to use the terminal, battery
pack, etc. without excessive force.
If you put the terminal in a bag full of items or sit
down with the terminal in the pocket of your
cloth, it may damage the display, internal circuit
board and battery pack, causing malfunction.
Also, while the external device is connected to
the microUSB connecting jack or headset
connecting jack, it may damage the connector
and cause malfunction.
Clean the terminal with a dry soft cloth
(such as used for cleaning eyeglasses).
- Do not rub it roughly with a dry cloth. The
display may be damaged.
- Drops of water or dirt left on the display may
cause stains.
- Do not use alcohol, thinner, benzine, cleaning
detergent, etc. to clean the terminal. These
chemicals may erase the printing on the
terminal or cause discoloration.
Do not leave the terminal near the air
conditioning vent.
Do not press touch panel surface
forcibly, or not operate with a sharppointed objects such as nail, ballpoint
pen, pin, etc.
Doing so may cause damage of touch panel.
・
Do not use the terminal in extremely hot
or cold places.
Use the terminal where the temperature ranges
between 5 ℃ and 35 ℃ and humidity ranges
between 45% and 85%.
Contents/Precautions
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Using the terminal near ordinary phone,
television or radio may cause
interference in these electric appliances.
Make sure to move far away from them
when using the terminal.
・ Note down the information saved in the
terminal in a separate note and keep it
safely.
・
・
Doing so may cause data loss or malfunction.
・
Do not drop or give a strong impact to
the terminal.
Doing so may cause malfunction or damage.
・
Do not plug the connector of the
external device into the microUSB
connecting jack or headset connecting
jack at the slant or pull it while
connecting.
Doing so may cause malfunction or damage.
The terminal could become warm while
in use and charging. This condition is
not abnormal. You can continue using
the terminal.
・ Do not leave the camera under direct
sunlight.
・
If you do so, some of the elements may melt or
become faded.
・
Do not use the terminal with the back
cover removed.
Doing so may cause removal of battery pack,
malfunction or damage.
Do not let magnetic cards, etc. close to
the terminal.
The magnetic data in cash cards, credit cards,
telephone cards, floppy disks, etc. may be erased.
・
Under no condition will DOCOMO be held liable
for any damaged or lost data saved in the
terminal.
・
Do not remove the microSD card or
power off the terminal while using the
microSD card.
Do not bring strong magnetic objects
close to the terminal.
Strong magnetic objects may cause
misoperation.
■
Battery pack
・
The battery pack is a consumable
accessory.
Replace the battery pack if the terminal has
extremely short operation time on a full charge,
though it may vary by operating conditions.
Purchase a new battery pack of the specified
type.
Charge the battery pack in an
environment with the proper ambient
temperature (5 ℃ to 35 ℃ ).
・ The operating time of the battery pack
varies depending on the operating
environment and the secular
degradation of the battery pack.
・ The battery pack may swell out as it
comes to near the end of its lifetime
depending on the usage conditions, but
it is not a problem.
・
Contents/Precautions
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・
Be careful especially about the
following points when preserving the
battery pack.
- The battery is fully charged (immediately after
the charging is complete)
- The battery has run out (the phone cannot
power on)
The performance and life of the battery pack may
deteriorate.
It is recommended that you store the internal
battery with the remaining battery level of about
40% as a guide.
■
The adapter precautions
Charge the battery pack in an
environment with the proper ambient
temperature (5 ℃ to 35 ℃ ).
・ Do not charge in the following places.
・
- Places that are very humid, dusty or exposed to
strong vibrations.
- Near ordinary phone or TV/radio.
The adapter cable could become warm
while charging. This condition is not
abnormal. You can continue using the
terminal.
・ When using the DC adapter for
charging, do not turn off the vehicle
engine.
・
Doing so may cause the vehicle battery run out.
・
When you use the power outlet with a
mechanism to prevent the plug from
being removed, follow the instructions
on the outlet's user's manual.
・
Do not give a strong impact to the
adapter. Also, do not bend or deform
the microUSB plug.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
■
docomo mini UIM card
Do not use unnecessary force to insert/
remove the docomo mini UIM card.
・ Note that DOCOMO assumes no
responsibility for malfunctions
occurring as the result of inserting and
using docomo mini UIM card with
another IC card reader/writer.
・ Always keep the IC portion clean when
you use the card.
・ Clean the terminal with a dry soft cloth
(such as used for cleaning eyeglasses).
・ Note down the information saved in the
docomo mini UIM card in a separate
note and keep it safely.
・
Under no condition will DOCOMO be held liable
for any damaged or lost data saved in the
terminal.
Take an expended docomo mini UIM
card to sales outlet such as docomo
Shop for proper disposal in order to
protect the environment.
・ Do not carelessly damage, contact, or
short-circuit an IC.
・
Doing so may cause data loss or malfunction.
・
Do not drop a docomo mini UIM card or
subject it to impact.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
Contents/Precautions
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・
Do not bend a docomo mini UIM card or
place a heavy object on it.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
・
Do not insert the docomo mini UIM card
on which any label or seal is stuck into
the terminal.
・
Frequency band
The frequency band used by the terminal's
Bluetooth/wireless LAN function is written on the
battery pack compartment. The label can be read
as follows.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
■
Bluetooth function precautions
To secure the Bluetooth communication
security, the terminal supports the
security function compliant with
Bluetooth standards, but the security
may not be sufficient depending on the
setting. Concern about the
communication using the Bluetooth
function.
・ Please be aware that DOCOMO is not
responsible for data leak when making
data communications using Bluetooth.
・
2.4 : This radio equipment uses the 2400 MHz
band.
FH/XX/DS/OF: Modulation scheme is the
FH-SS, other system, DS-SS,
or OFDM system.
1 : The estimated interference distance is 10
m or less.
4 : The estimated interference distance is 40
m or less.
8 : The estimated interference distance is 80
m or less.
: The full band between 2400 MHz
and 2483.5 MHz is used and the
band of the mobile identification
device can be avoided.
Available channels vary depending on the
country.
For use in an aircraft, contact the airline
beforehand.
Contents/Precautions
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・
Bluetooth cautions
The operating frequency band of the terminal is
used by industrial, scientific, consumer and
medical equipment including microwave ovens,
premises radio stations for identifying mobile
units used in the manufacturing lines of plants
(radio stations requiring a license), specified low
power radio stations (radio stations requiring no
license) and amateur radio stations (hereinafter
referred to as "another station").
- Before using this equipment, confirm that
"another station" is not being operated nearby.
- In the event of the terminal causing harmful
radio wave interference with "another station",
promptly change the operating frequency or
stop radio wave emission by turning off the
power, etc.
- If you have further questions, contact "General
Inquiries" on the last page of this manual.
■
Wireless LAN (WLAN) precautions
・
Wireless LAN (WLAN) exchanges
information using radio waves, and
allows you to freely establish LAN
connection if you are within an area
where radio wave reaches. On the other
side, if you communicate without
appropriate security settings,
communications may be intercepted or
hacked by malicious parties. It is
recommended to make necessary
security settings on your responsibility
and expense.
・
Wireless LAN
Do not use wireless LAN near magnetic devices
such as electrical appliances or AV/OA devices, or
in radio waves.
- Magnetism or radio waves may increase noises
or disable communications (especially when
using a microwave oven).
- When used near TV, radio, etc., reception
interference may occur, or channels on the TV
screen may be disturbed.
- If there are multiple wireless LAN access points
nearby and the same channel is used, search
may not work correctly.
・
2.4 GHz device cautions
The operating frequency band of the WLAN
device is used by industrial, scientific, consumer
and medical equipment including home electric
appliances such as microwave ovens, premises
radio stations for identifying mobile units used in
the manufacturing lines of plants (radio stations
requiring a license), specified low power radio
stations (radio stations requiring no license) and
amateur radio stations (radio stations requiring a
license).
- Before using the device, confirm that premises
radio stations for identifying mobile units,
specified low power radio stations and amateur
radio stations are not being operated nearby.
- If the device causes harmful radio interference
to premises radio stations for identifying
mobile units, immediately change the
frequency band or stop use, and contact
"General Inquiries" on the last page of this
manual for crosstalk avoidance, etc. (e.g.
partition setup).
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- If the device causes radio interference to
specified low power radio stations or amateur
radio stations, contact "General Inquiries" on
the last page of this manual.
・
■
Note
・
5GHz device cautions
A "Technical Conformity Mark " affixed on the
manufacturer's specification sticker certifies that
the terminal meets technical regulations for
specified radio equipment that are based on the
Radio Law.
If you remove the screws and alter the inside of
the terminal, the technical regulations
conformity certification becomes invalid.
Do not use the terminal with the certification
invalid, as it is a violation of the Radio Law.
5GHz wireless LAN device is prohibited to use
outdoor by Law.
■
FeliCa reader/writer function
precautions
FeliCa reader/writer function of the
terminal uses weak waves requiring no
licenses for radio stations.
・ It uses 13.56 MHz frequency band.
When using other reader/writers in your
surroundings, keep the terminal away
sufficiently from them. Before using the
FeliCa reader/writer, confirm that there
are no radio stations using the same
frequency band nearby.
Do not use altered terminal. Using an
altered device is a violation of the Radio
Law.
・
・
Be careful when using the terminal
while driving.
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving
will result in a penalty.
However, absolutely necessary cases such as
rescue of a sick person or maintaining public's
safety are exempted.
・
Use the FeliCa reader/writer function
only in Japan.
FeliCa reader/writer function of the terminal
conforms to Japanese radio standards. If you use
this function overseas, you may be punished.
・
Do not alter the basic software illegally.
It is regarded as the software modification and
Repairs may be refused.
Contents/Precautions
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Part names and functions
a b c def
h
i
j
t
l
m
p
q
u
r
n
g
k
o
a
b
c
d
e
Front camera lens
Infrared data port
Ear speaker
Notification LED
Proximity sensor : Turns on or off the touch screen
to prevent misoperation during a call.
f Light sensor : Used for auto controlling of the screen
brightness.
g Touch screen
h Camera lens
i Photo light
j
mark
k Speaker
l FOMA/Xi/GPS/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth antenna section*
m Second microphone : Reduce noise to make easy to
listen.
n Back cover
s
FOMA/Xi antenna section*
Connector for microUSB cable
Power key/Screen lock key
Volume key/Zoom key
Strap hole
Headset connector
Microphone
* The antenna is built into the main body. Covering
around the antenna with your hand may affect the
quality of communications.
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
❖Note
・
・
Do not put stickers etc. on each sensors.
Do not remove the sticker attached to the back side
of the back cover. Removal of the sticker may disable
reading/writing of IC card.
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22
docomo mini UIM card
The docomo mini UIM card is an IC card
recorded user information such as your
phone number etc.
・ You can use the terminal with docomo mini
UIM card. If you have a UIM or FOMA card,
bring it to a docomo Shop to replace.
・ When docomo mini UIM card is not inserted
to the terminal, some functions are not
available.
・ For details on docomo mini UIM card, refer to
the docomo mini UIM card manual.
・ When inserting/removing the docomo mini
UIM card, make sure to power off the terminal.
Do not connect the AC adapter.
❖Information
・
Please be careful not to touch or scratch a metal part
(IC) when you handle the docomo mini UIM card.
Doing so may cause malfunction or damage.
■
Security codes of the docomo mini
UIM card
There is a security code called PIN code in
the docomo mini UIM card. The code is set
to "0000" at subscription, which you can
change by yourself. (P.141)
Inserting docomo mini UIM
card
1
Hook the groove at the side of the
back cover with the tip of thumb,
and pick up the back cover in the
direction of the arrow ( ) to
remove.
Back cover
Groove
2
Remove the battery pack and
microSD card, hook the tab ( ) on
the tray with the tip of finger to
pull out the tray straight, and
insert docomo mini UIM card all
the way into the tray straight with
the metal (IC) part facing down.
・
Check the orientation of corner cut.
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23
docomo mini UIM card
Corner cut
Tray
Removing docomo mini UIM
card
1
Remove the back cover, and then
the battery pack and microSD
card, hook the tab ( ) on the tray
with the tip of finger to pull out
the tray straight, then take out the
docomo mini UIM card.
docomo mini UIM card
microSD card
You can use microSD card for any other
compatible devices.
・ The terminal supports microSD card of up to
2GB, and microSDHC card of up to 32GB (As of
July, 2012).
・ For compatible microSD cards, contact
manufacturers of microSD cards.
・ When inserting/removing a microSD card,
make sure to power off the terminal. Do not
connect the AC adapter.
Inserting microSD card
1
Hook the groove at the side of the
back cover with the tip of thumb,
and pick up the back cover in the
direction of the arrow ( ) to
remove.
Back cover
Tray
Groove
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24
2
Remove the battery pack, and
check the orientation of microSD
card to insert it slowly straight into
the holder.
・
Insert the microSD card with metal
contacts side down.
Holder
Battery pack
・
When attaching/removing the battery pack,
make sure to power off the terminal. Do not
connect the AC adapter.
Attaching battery pack
1
microSD card
Hook the groove at the side of the
back cover with the tip of thumb,
and pick up the back cover in the
direction of the arrow ( ) to
remove.
Back cover
Removing microSD card
1
Remove the back cover and the
battery pack, and side the microSD
card out to remove while pressing
it with the tip of finger.
microSD card
Groove
2
Check the position of charging
contacts of the battery back, and
align the tabs of the terminal with
those of the battery pack, then
insert it in the direction of the
arrow ( ).
・
Insert the battery pack with the CE
mark side up.
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25
Tabs
Removing battery pack
1
Battery pack
3
Check the orientation of back
cover, and attach it to the terminal
( ), then press the part firmly
to check that no gap exists
between the terminal and the back
cover ( ).
・
Remove the back cover, and hook
the battery pack with the tip of
finger from the concave on the
terminal, and pick it up in the
direction of the arrow ( ) to
remove.
Be careful not to hook the projection
part on the edge of the back cover with
finger when attaching the back cover.
Concave
Charging
The battery pack is not full charged when you
purchased the terminal.
Charging time
The following is the time for charging an
empty battery pack. Charging under low
temperature requires longer time.
AC Adapter 03 (Optional)
DC Adapter 03 (Optional)
Approx. 150 min.
Approx. 160 min.
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Operation time on full charge
(estimate)
The following time varies by the battery pack
condition or operating environment. For
details, see (P.244).
Continuous FOMA/3G
stand-by time
GSM
LTE
Continuous
call time
FOMA/3G
GSM
Approx. 360 hrs.
(stationary)
Approx. 280 hrs.
(stationary)
Approx. 240 hrs.
(stationary)
Approx. 350 min.
Approx. 360 min.
Battery pack life
The battery pack is a consumable part. The
usage duration of the battery per one charge
decreases gradually each time the battery is
recharged.
・ When the usage duration per one charge
becomes about half of a new battery pack,
the life of the battery pack is assumed to be
almost over. It is recommended that you
replace the battery pack ahead of time. The
battery pack may swell out as it comes to near
the end of its lifetime depending on the
usage conditions, but it is not a problem.
・
Charging
Always attach the SO-05D dedicated battery
pack SO06 to charge.
・ The AC Adapter 03 (optional) is compatible
with AC 100 V to 240 V. For using the terminal
overseas, a plug adapter that fits the electrical
outlets in the country you stay is needed. Do
not use an electrical transformer for overseas
use to charge the terminal.
・ It is recommended to use the AC Adapter 03
(optional) for charging.
・ When you start charging, notification LED on
the terminal turns red/orange/green, and
green light indicates that the battery level has
reached 90 % or more. From the Home screen,
tap and [Settings]u[About
phone]u[Status] to check "Battery level" for
the status of charging. When charging is
complete, battery level is displayed as "100%".
・ When you start charging the battery with the
terminal powered off, the power turns on.
However, you cannot operate the terminal.
Do not charge the battery in a place where
the use is prohibited such as in airplane or
hospital.
・
Li-ion 00
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27
Do not charge the battery pack for a
long time (several days)
・
If you remain charging the terminal for a long
time, the power supply starts from the battery
pack after completion of charging. The usage
time duration may be short. In that case,
please charge it again correctly. For
recharging, remove the terminal from the AC
adapter and reconnect it again.
Charging with AC adapter
Use the compatible AC adapter for charging.
If you use a charger other than the
compatible AC adapter, charging may not be
available or operations may not be
performed correctly. (P.231)
When using AC Adapter 03 (optional) for
charging, do the following procedures.
1
Insert the microUSB cable
horizontally with the microUSB
plug
engraved side facing up
into the microUSB connecting jack
of the terminal.
2
Insert a USB plug of microUSB
cable into the USB connecting jack
of the AC adapter horizontally and
insert the plug of the AC adapter
into the power outlet.
3
When the charging is complete,
remove the microUSB plug of the
microUSB cable from the terminal.
4
Remove the AC adapter from the
power outlet.
❖Note
If the microUSB cable is connected into the USB
connecting jack for charging etc., the terminal is
automatically powered on although the operations
are not available. Be careful not to connect the
microUSB cable in a place where the use is
prohibited such as in a airplane or hospital.
・
Charging with DC adapter
DC Adapter 03 (optional) supplies power
from a car cigarette lighter socket (12 V/24 V).
For details, refer to the DC Adapter 03
(optional) manual.
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28
Charging with a PC
1
Insert the microUSB cable
horizontally with the microUSB
plug
engraved side facing up
into the microUSB connecting jack
of the terminal.
2
Insert the USB plug of the
microUSB cable horizontally into
the USB port of a PC.
If the microUSB cable is connected into the USB
connecting jack for charging etc., the terminal is
automatically powered on although the operations
are not available. Be careful not to connect the
microUSB cable in a place where the use is
prohibited such as in a airplane or hospital.
・ Check the connecting direction to connect correctly.
Wrong connection may cause damage.
・
When "PC Companion software" screen
appears on the terminal, tap [Skip].
・ When a screen for new hardware
detection etc. appears on the PC, select
[ キャンセル (Cancel)].
・
3
4
When the charging is complete,
remove the microUSB plug of the
microUSB cable from the terminal.
Remove the USB plug of the
microUSB cable from the USB port
of the PC.
❖Note
・
microUSB plug
AC adapter
USB plug
microUSB cable
Installation of MTP driver to a PC is required to charge
the battery with a Microsoft Windows XP PC, since
"USB connection mode" is set to "Media transfer
mode (MTP)" by default. Install Windows Media
Player 10 or later to install MTP driver.
Before Using the Terminal
29
Turning power off
Turning power on/off
Turning power on
1
Press and hold p for over a
second.
・
The unlock screen appears.
1
Press and hold p for over a
second.
・
2
3
A pop-up screen appears.
Tap [Power off].
Tap [OK].
Setting screen lock
When the screen lock is set, the screen
backlight turns off. You can avoid the touch
screen or button from false operations.
・ The screen is locked with turning the screen
backlight off after the specified time duration.
2
Unlock the screen.
・
For unlocking the screen by default, see
"Unlocking the screen" (P.31).
❖Information
The first time you turn on, "Initial settings (Setup
guide)" (P.31) appears.
・ If you have activated the screen lock (P.142) or SIM
card lock (P.141), unlock screen/PIN code entry
screen appears when turning power on. For
unlocking the screen lock, see "Unlocking the screen
lock" (P.143), and for unlocking SIM card lock, see
"Entering the PIN code when powered on" (P.141).
・
1
Press p.
❖Information
Screen lock is set to "Slide" by default. For changing
the screen lock, see "Screen lock" (P.142).
・ For details on settings for turning the backlight off
and the duration of time before the screen lock
activation, see "Adjusting the idle time before the
screen turns off" (P.127).
・ When you set screen lock to "Slide", you can check
the notifications or activate application even if you
do not unlock the screen. For details, refer to "Setting
information displayed on the unlock screen" (P.128).
・
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30
Unlocking the screen
An unlock screen appears when turning the
power on or the backlight on by pressing
p.
■
1
Screen lock set to "Slide"
Touch and hold
and drag
to until it laps over.
Initial settings (Setup
guide)
When you turn on the terminal for the first
time, make initial settings such as a display
language, wireless network, online services,
docomo service, etc.
❖Information
・
❖Information
appears on the right until you tap or touch and
hold
. Touch and hold
and drag it left to
activate camera to shoot without unlocking the
screen lock.
・ The screen lock can be disabled. For details, see
"Canceling screen lock" (P.144).
・
You can set or change the items later as required.
To change the settings later, from the Home screen,
tap , then tap [Settings] or [Setup guide] to set up
from the menu.
1
Press and hold p for over a
second.
・
2
A screen for selecting language
appears.
Tap [English (United
States)]u[Done].
・
"Welcome!" screen appears and you
can learn how to use the function and
make initial settings.
3
Tap
4
Tap
・
・
.
The Internet connection screen
appears. Tap [Mobile network and WiFi] or [Wi-Fi only] to select.
.
The wireless network screen appears.
Tap [Search for networks] to add Wi-Fi
network.
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5
Tap
6
Tap
7
8
9
10
・
・
・
・
・
Tap
13
Tap
14
Tap
15
Tap
・
・
・
u[Finish].
Initial settings (Setup guide) end and an
initial setting screen for docomo service
appears.
Tap
12
・
.
Preferred applications screen appears.
Tap either [docomo applications] or
[Xperia™ applications] to select.
Tap
Tap
.
The import contacts screen appears.
For information on import contacts, see
"Exporting/Importing phonebook
entries" (P.93).
Tap
11
.
Automatic renewal screen appears. Tap
[Synchronize automatically] or [No
thank you] to select.
Tap
・
.
A service screen appears. Make settings
of "Google (P.134)", "Facebook (P.136)",
"Exchange ActiveSync (P.99)".
.
Application batch installation screen
appears. Tap [Install] or [Not install] to
select.
・
.
Osaifu-Keitai screen appears. Tap [Set]
or [Not set] to select. If you select [Set],
the initial setting screen for OsaifuKeitai appears. Follow the onscreen
instructions.
.
A setting screen for docomo apps
password appears. Tap [Set] and enter a
password.
.
A setting screen for location provision
appears. Tap any of [Location providing
ON]/[Location providing OFF]/
[Unknown blocking] to select.
.
Screen for Send preinstalled apps usage
status appears. Tap [Send] or [Not send]
to select.
u[OK].
A home screen appears.
❖Information
・
Make sure to check if the data connection is available
(LTE/3G/GPRS) before setup online services. For
checking the data connection status, see "Status
icon" (P.33).
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Status bar
A status bar appears at the top of the screen.
In the status bar, the terminal status and
notification are displayed. Notification icons
appear on the left side, and the terminal
status icons appear on the right side of the
status bar.
Status bar
Status icon
The main status icons displayed on the
screen are as follows.
Signal strength
During International roaming
No signal
HSDPA available
Communicating in HSDPA
3G (packet) available
Communication in 3G (packet)
LTE available
LTE in communication
Connecting to Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi in communication
Connecting to Wi-Fi using Auto IP function
Bluetooth function ON
Connecting to Bluetooth device
Airplane mode activated
Silent mode (vibration) ON
Silent mode (mute) ON
Speakerphone ON
Microphone set to mute
Alarm is set
Battery status
The battery is charging
docomo mini UIM card is locked or not inserted
Notification icon
The main notification icons displayed on the
screen are as follows.
New email message
New Gmail message
New message (SMS)
Problem with message (SMS) delivery
New instant message
New Area Mail
New Facebook message
Uploading data to Facebook
Uploading data to Facebook completed
Facebook setting request notification
Receiving/Downloading data
Sending/Uploading data
Bluetooth connection request notification
Unmount microSD card to remove (reading/
writing unavailable)
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Preparing microSD card/internal storage
Installation is completed (when installing
applications from Google Play, etc.)
Update notification (when update of the
installed market application is notified)
Software update notification or updating
software
Osaifu-Keitai lock is set
Making or receiving a call, during a call
Calling with Bluetooth device
Call on hold
Missed call
New voice mail
Upcoming calendar event
Stopwatch is running
Timer is set
Playing a track with Media Player
Playing a track with WALKMAN
1Seg activated
FM radio in use
USB connected
MHL connected
Available to activate TV launcher
Communicating via Infrared
Data communication invalid
Wi-Fi open network available
Connecting to a VPN
Media server executed or connection request
notification by Connected devices
Red: Error messages
Yellow: Warning messages
Problem with sync
Setup guide unchecked
Personal area notification
More (undisplayed) notifications
Setting Wi-Fi tethering
Setting USB tethering
Setting Wi-Fi tethering and USB tethering
Wi-Fi Direct connected
Setting Location-based Wi-Fi
Positioning with GPS
AUTO-GPS is set
Green Heart energy saving icon (remove the AC
adapter from the power outlet)
Set application activated using LiveWare™
manager when connecting
Connecting headphones
Setting Omakase Lock
Available memory on the terminal is low
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Notification panel
Flick or drag the status bar downwards to enable/
disable silent mode or data communications.
・
/
Notification icons are displayed in the
Notification panel. You can open
notifications, such as mails, reminders, or
event notifications directly from the
Notification panel.
/
/
/
Opening/Closing the
Notification panel
1
Flick or drag the status bar
downwards.
・
Tap x to close the notification
panel.
Enable/disable silent mode
(Vibrate/Mute).
Enable/disable Bluetooth function.
Enable/disable Wi-Fi function.
Enable/disable data
communication.
Display Settings menu (P.112).
Clearing contents on the
Notification panel
1
On the Notification panel, tap
[Clear].
❖Information
・
Notification panel
/
・
Flick left or right on the display on the notification
panel to delete from the list.
Some notifications cannot be cleared.
❖Information
・
When the screen lock is set to "Slide", flick or drag the
status bar downwards to check the Notification
panel without unlocking the screen.
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Notification LED
Notification LED provides information on the
terminal status, incoming/receiving, etc.
Basic operations
Basic key icon operation
LED status
Status
Red
Flashing red
Green
Flashing green
Flashing blue
Orange
Indication
The battery is charging when the
remaining battery level is 14% or
less.
The remaining battery level is 14%
or less.
The battery is charging when the
remaining battery level is 90% or
more.
Received Gmail mails while
backlight is off exist.
While backlight is off, missed calls/
incoming messages (SMS) are
notified.
The battery is charging when the
remaining battery level is 15% 89%.
x
Back
y
Home
Recent
apps
r
Go back to the previous screen.
Or close a dialog box, Option
menu, or the Notifications
panel.
・ Close the software keyboard.
・ Go to the Home screen.
・ Recently used applications
appear on a list. Tap a
thumbnail to activate or flick
left or right to delete from the
list. (P.75)
・
* In this manual, each key icon operation is described
with x, y, r.
❖Information
・
If the battery level is not sufficient to activate when
turning the power ON, press p to flash red.
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Using the touch screen
■
Flick up/down/left/right displayed contents
to scroll (move) the display position.
Precautions on using touch screen
Touch screen is designed for being touched
lightly with fingers. Do not push it forcibly
with a finger or press it with sharp objects
(nail, ballpoint pen, pin, etc.).
・ Touching the touch screen may not work in
the following cases. Note that it may cause
malfunction.
- Operation with gloved hands
- Operation with tip of fingernail
- Operation with foreign object on the screen
- Operation with protective sheet or seal on
the screen
Scroll
・
Operations on the touch screen
■
■
Pinch
Touch the screen with two fingers and
widen (pinch-out) or narrow (pinch-in) the
fingers' distance. On some screens, pinchout to zoom in and pinch-in to zoom out.
Tap
Touch an item such as icon or menu with
your finger lightly and release it.
・ Double-tap means tapping twice quickly.
■
Touch and hold
Touch and hold an icon or menu item long.
■
Flick
Touch the screen and flick up/down/left/
right.
■
Drag
Touch the screen, drag to the desired
position and release the finger.
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Switching portrait/landscape
view automatically
You can set the screen orientation to switch
between landscape and portrait view
automatically according to the terminal
orientation.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Display].
2
Mark [Auto-rotate screen]
checkbox.
Capturing the screenshot
You can save the current displayed screen as
an image (screen shot).
You can check captured screen shots on the
album (P.195).
1
On the screen you want to capture,
press and hold p and lower of
m for over a second at the
same time.
・
Screenshot is captured and
in the status bar.
appears
❖Information
Even when you change the orientation of the
terminal, the screen may not change to landscape
view depending on the screen such as Home screen,
etc.
・ From the Home screen, tap
, then tap
[Settings]u[Accessibility] and mark [Auto-rotate
screen] to switch the screen automatically between
landscape and portrait view.
・
Selecting items quickly from a
list
On the phonebook list screen, tap [Index] at
the bottom of the screen to display index
characters with which you can search by
Japanese syllabary and alphabetic order.
・ Tap the index character to move on the list.
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Marking or unmarking option
checkbox
You can switch on/off of the option settings
by marking or unmarking the checkboxes or
radio buttons.
・ To switch on/off of the option setting, tap the
checkbox or radio button.
■
Checkbox
Searching information in
the terminal and web
pages
Enter a word in the search box to browse the
information in the terminal or on the
Internet.
1
Mark
Unmark
■
,
When you use for the first time, the
Terms of Service window for Google
Search appears. Read the terms of use
and tap [OK].
・ The software keyboard appears.
・
Radio button
Mark
Unmark
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Search].
2
Enter a search word.
3
Tap a search item or
Search suggestions appear as you enter
a character.
・ For character entry, see "Character
entry" (P.40).
・ To enter a new search word, tap
.
・
.
❖Information
・
Tap
on the software keyboard to input a search
word by voice.
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Search settings
Character entry
You can set search engines to use for Quick
search box or set search objectives in the
terminal.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Search].
2
Tap
・
,
, then tap [Settings].
Google search setting screen appears.
You can set the following items.
Change the search range by
marking/unmarking data categories
(Google, Apps, Browser, Email,
Google Play Movies, Messaging,
OfficeSuite, Phonebook, Play Store,
WALKMAN) in the terminal.
Google Search Set whether to display search
options from Web history when a
search word is entered, or whether
to activate/delete Web history.
・ You need to create your Google
account.
Searchable
items
To enter characters, use the software
keyboard which appears when you tap the
character input box in a mail, phonebook,
etc.
❖Information
When the software keyboard is displayed,
appears on the status bar.
・ To return to the previous screen from the character
entry screen, tap x.
・ Touch and hold a text in the character entry screen
to display the enlarged text to check with dragging
on the text.
・
Selecting input method
In the terminal, you can select Input method
(keyboard type) from "Shabette-KeyNyuryoku", "Xperia™ Chinese keyboard",
"Xperia™ Japanese keyboard" or "Xperia™
keyboard".
Shabette-KeyNyuryoku
Xperia™ Chinese
keyboard
Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard
Xperia™ keyboard
Select to enter characters by
voice.
Select to enter Chinese.
Select to enter Japanese.
Select a language for text entry.
Select to enter language other
than Japanese.
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1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Settings].
,
2
Tap [Language &
input]u[Default]u[Shabette-KeyNyuryoku]/[Xperia™ Chinese
keyboard]/[Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard]/[Xperia™ keyboard].
■
Japanese characters can be entered in
"Kana input" mode.
❖Information
Portrait
On a character entry screen, drag the status bar
downwards and tap [Select input method] to select
from Google voice typing/Shabette-Key-Nyuryoku/
Xperia™ Chinese keyboard/Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard/Xperia™ keyboard.
・
Software keyboard
For Japanese keyboard, there are 4 types of
software keyboards: phonepad, QWERTY,
Japanese syllabary and Kana handwriting
input.
Phonepad keyboard
Landscape
■
QWERTY keyboard
Japanese characters can be entered in
"Romaji input" mode.
❖Information
・
The key display of software keyboard varies
depending on the entry screen, character mode or
settings.
Portrait
Landscape
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■
Japanese syllabary keyboard
You can use the software keys arranged
according to the Japanese syllabary to enter
Japanese characters in "Kana input" mode.
Switching the keyboard
1
On a character entry screen, touch
and hold
.
2
Tap
/
/
.
/
/
/
/
/
: The phonepad keyboard appears.
: The QWERTY keyboard appears.
: The Japanese syllabary keyboard
appears.
・
: The Kana handwriting input
appears.
・ Tap
to display Japanese keyboard
settings screen and you can check/
change the settings.
・ Tap
to display the plug-in
application list.
・
: Switch one-byte/two-byte
character.
・
: Hide the software keyboard.
・
・
・
Portrait
Landscape
■
Kana handwriting input
Japanese characters can be entered in
"Handwriting input" mode.
❖Information
・
Portrait
By default, the phonepad keyboard for portrait
screen is set and QWERTY keyboard for landscape
screen is set. Also, "Auto capitalization", "Word
suggestions" and "Spell check" are set to on.
Landscape
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Entering characters on the
phonepad keyboard
You can use the software keys arranged
according to the Japanese syllabary to enter
Japanese characters in "Kana input" mode.
The main functions of the touch-keys
・
To change character modes and other
entering operations, tap the following icons
on the phonepad keyboard.
Icon
/
Function
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji" →
"Alphanumeric" in order and a status
/
/
appears in the
icon, →
status bar.
/
Display a pop-up window.
Touch and
/
/
/
: Keyboard switch
hold
: Display the setting screen for
Japanese keyboard
: Display the plug-in application list
(two-byte)/
(one-byte) : Switch
character mode
: Hide the software keyboard
/
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji/alphabets" →
"Number" in order and a status icon, /
/ appears in the status
, etc. →
bar.
Icon
Function
/
Display a one-byte/two-byte symbol list
Touch and to enter them. Switch tabs to display
hold
smiley list to enter them. (a pictogram
tab and deco-mail tab are also displayed
when entering in sp-mode mail.)
Appears before fixing character in
Hiragana/Kanji input mode. It displays
alphanumeric or katakana conversion
candidates assigned to tapped key.
Appears after conversion is fixed to
return to text before conversion.
Move the cursor*1 : To the left.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
Move the cursor*1 : To the right.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
When there is an unfixed character string
with the cursor at the right end, tap to
enter the same character as the one at
the end.
*2
Fix entered or converted characters.
When characters are already fixed, enter
a line feed at the cursor position.
Delete the character before the cursor.
Touch and hold to delete continuously.
When any character is entered or after
entered character is fixed, a space can be
entered. Touch and hold to input spaces
continuously.
Enter characters by voice. A candidate
list appears. Tap the character string you
want to enter.
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Icon
Function
Display the previous character (opposite
order).
In Hiragana/Kanji input mode, highlight
and select word in conversion
candidates. Tap continuously to change
a word highlighted in conversion
candidates and select a word to enter.
Activate online dictionary.
Touch and You need to mark "Online dictionary"
checkbox in the Japanese keyboard
hold
setting screen.
/
Appears when entering numbers, tap to
switch one-byte/two-byte character.
Settings of key entry
■
Flick input
Flick up/down/left/right to enter characters
in each column of kana syllabary.
・
*1 When any characters are entered, just tap the
desired position on the entered character string to
move the cursor.
*2 Before the conversion is fixed, " 確定 (Fix)" is
displayed. In some screens such as the mail account
registration screen, " 次へ (Next)", " 完了 (Done)", " 実行
(Go)", etc. appear.
Ex: Entering characters in "な " column
You can enter "な " only by tapping. Flick
left for "に ", up for " ぬ ", right for "ね " and
down for " の ".
Flick up ぬ
Flick left に
な
Tap
ね Flick right
の Flick down
To switch upper/lower case or change to
voiced sound, flick or tap
.
・ Flick input is available by default. You can
cancel by the following operation
beforehand.
a From the Home screen, tap
, then
tap [Settings].
b Tap [Language & input] and
on
"Xperia™ Japanese keyboard".
・
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c [On-screen keyboard
settings]uUnmark [Flick input]
・
■
checkbox.
To change sensitivity of the flick input, on
the Xperia™ Japanese keyboard setting
screen, tap [On-screen keyboard
settings]u[Sensitivity of flick input], then
select "High"/"Medium (default)"/"Low".
Toggle entry
Tap the same key continuously to enter the
assigned character.
To enter characters assigned to the same
key continuously, operate the followings.
・ Ex: To enter " あお "
a Tap " あ " once.
b Tap
, and tap " あ " 5 times.
・ Ex: To enter "ca"
a Tap "abc" 3 times.
*.
b Tap
c Tap "abc" once.
* In some applications, tap
・
Multitap text input is available by default.
You can cancel by the following
operation beforehand.
a From the Home screen, tap
, then
tap [Settings].
b Tap [Language & input], then tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese keyboard".
c [On-screen keyboard
settings]uUnmark [Multitap text
input] checkbox.
in Step b.
❖Information
・
When a certain time is passed after the key tapped,
the tapped key's highlighter goes off and you can
enter a character assigned to the same key
consecutively without tapping
.
・
To switch upper/lower case or change to
voiced/semi-voiced sound, tap
.
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Entering characters on the
QWERTY keyboard
Use the QWERTY keyboard to enter Japanese
characters in "Romaji input" mode.
The main functions of the touch-keys
・
To change character modes and other input
operations, tap the following icons on the
QWERTY keyboard.
Icon
/
Function
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji" →
"Alphanumeric" in order and a status
icon, →
/
/ /
/ /
appears in the status bar.
/
Display a pop-up window.
Touch and
/
/
/
: Keyboard switch
hold
: Display the setting screen for
Japanese keyboard
: Display the plug-in application list
(two-byte)/
(one-byte) : Switch
character mode
: Hide the software keyboard
/
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji/alphabets" →
"Number/symbol" in order and a status
icon, / , etc. →
/ appears in
the status bar.
Icon
Function
/
Display a one-byte/two-byte symbol list
Touch and to enter them. Switch tabs to display
hold
smiley list to enter them. (a pictogram
tab and deco-mail tab are also displayed
when entering in sp-mode mail.)
Move the cursor*1 : To the left.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
Move the cursor*1 : To the right.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
When there is an unfixed character string
with the cursor at the right end, tap to
enter the same character as the one at
the end.
*2
Fix entered or converted characters.
When characters are already fixed, enter
a line feed at the cursor position.
Delete the character before the cursor.
Touch and hold to delete continuously.
When any character is entered or after
entered character is fixed, a space can be
entered. Touch and hold to input spaces
continuously.
Enter characters by voice. A candidate
list appears. Tap the character string you
want to enter.
Appears before fixing character in
Hiragana/Kanji input mode. It displays
alphabet or katakana conversion
candidates assigned to tapped key.
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Icon
Function
/
/ In alphanumerics input mode, tap to
switch capitalization/upper case/lower
case.
In Hiragana/Kanji input mode, highlight
and select word in conversion
candidates. Tap continuously to change
a word highlighted in conversion
candidates and select a word to enter.
Activate online dictionary.
Touch and You need to mark "Online dictionary"
hold
checkbox in the Japanese keyboard
setting screen.
/
Appears in number input mode, tap to
switch alphanumerics to one-byte/twobyte character.
*1 When any characters are entered, just tap the
desired position on the entered character string to
move the cursor.
*2 Before the conversion is fixed, " 確定 (Fix)" is
displayed. In some screens such as the mail account
registration screen, " 次へ (Next)", " 完了 (Done)", " 実行
(Go)", etc. appear.
Selecting an assistant keyboard
When you enter in Hiragana/Kanji input
mode using the QWERTY keyboard, you can
change the assistant keyboard to make the
frequent using keys to be displayed widely
for easy tapping.
1
On a character entry screen, touch
and hold .
2
3
Tap .
Tap [On-screen keyboard
settings]u[Choose key type].
Tap any of [Static key resizing]/
[Key highlight while typing]/
[Dynamic key resizing with
highlight]/[Off].
4
■
Static key resizing
Widen frequent using key for easy tapping.
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■
■
Key highlight while typing
Changing display keys
Widen frequent using key and highlight the
key that is predicted for the next entry.
・
Dynamic key resizing with highlight
Widen the key that is predicted for the next
entry much further and highlight it.
■
For Japanese input, you can set not to display
less-frequent-used keys (Q, X, C, etc.) on the
QWERTY keyboard.
1
On a character entry screen, touch
and hold .
2
3
Tap .
Tap [On-screen keyboard
settings]u[Hide keys].
・
When the Choose key type (P.47) is set
to "Off", [Hide keys] cannot be selected.
Off
Display equally the width of each key.
4
Unmark the checkbox of the key
you want to hide.
5
Tap [OK].
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Customizing keyboard
・
You can change symbols which are displayed
in QWERTY keyboard when entering number
to desired characters/symbols.
1
On a character entry screen, touch
and hold .
2
3
Tap .
Tap [On-screen keyboard
settings]u[Keyboard
customization].
❖Information
To return to the default status, in Step 3, tap
tap [Reset]u[OK].
・
, then
Entering characters on the
Japanese syllabary keyboard
You can use the software keys arranged
according to the Japanese syllabary to enter
Japanese characters in "Kana input" mode.
The main functions of the touch-keys
・
To change character modes and other input
operations, tap the following icons on the
Japanese syllabary keyboard.
Icon
/
4
Tap a symbol you want to change
and delete character previously
set, then enter a character to
display and tap [OK].
・
5
Only one character (two-byte or onebyte character) can be entered.
Tap [OK].
Function
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji" →
"Alphanumeric" in order and a status
/
/ /
/ /
icon, →
appears in the status bar.
/
Display a pop-up window.
Touch and
/
/
/
: Keyboard switch
hold
: Display the setting screen for
Japanese keyboard
: Display the plug-in application list
(two-byte)/
(one-byte) : Switch
character mode
: Hide the software keyboard
Appears in Hiragana/Kanji input mode.
Switch upper/lower case or add voiced
sound/semi-voiced sound.
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Icon
/
Function
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji/alphabets" →
"Number" in order and a status icon, /
/ appears in the status
, etc. →
bar.
/
Display a one-byte/two-byte symbol list
Touch and to enter them. Switch tabs to display
hold
smiley list to enter them. (a pictogram
tab and deco-mail tab are also displayed
when entering in sp-mode mail.)
Move the cursor*1 : To the left.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
Move the cursor*1 : To the right.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
When there is an unfixed character string
with the cursor at the right end, tap to
enter the same character as the one at
the end.
*2
Fix entered or converted characters.
When characters are already fixed, enter
a line feed at the cursor position.
Delete the character before the cursor.
Touch and hold to delete continuously.
When any character is entered or after
entered character is fixed, a space can be
entered. Touch and hold to input spaces
continuously.
Enter characters by voice. A candidate
list appears. Tap the character string you
want to enter.
Icon
/
Function
In alphanumerics input mode, tap to
/
switch capitalization/upper case/lower
case or switch allocated symbols.
Appears in landscape view and you can
display a one-byte/two-byte symbol list
to enter them. Switch tabs to display
smiley list to enter them. (a pictogram
tab and deco-mail tab are also displayed
when entering in sp-mode mail.)
In Hiragana/Kanji input mode, highlight
and select word in conversion
candidates. Tap continuously to change
a word highlighted in conversion
candidates and select a word to enter.
Activate online dictionary.
Touch and You need to mark "Online dictionary"
checkbox in the Japanese keyboard
hold
setting screen.
*1 When any characters are entered, just tap the
desired position on the entered character string to
move the cursor.
*2 Before the conversion is fixed, " 確定 (Fix)" is
displayed. In some screens such as the mail account
registration screen, " 次へ (Next)", " 完了 (Done)", " 実行
(Go)", etc. appear.
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Entering characters on the
Kana handwriting input
You can use the Kana handwriting input
screen to enter Japanese by "Handwriting
input".
The main functions of the touch-keys
・
To change character modes and other input
operations, tap the following icons on the
Kana handwriting input.
Icon
/
Function
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji" →
"Alphanumeric" in order and a status
/
/
appears in the
icon, →
status bar.
/
Display a pop-up window.
Touch and
/
/
/
: Keyboard switch
hold
: Display the setting screen for
Japanese keyboard
: Display the plug-in application list
(two-byte)/
(one-byte) : Switch
character mode
: Hide the software keyboard
Appears in Hiragana/Kanji input mode.
Switch upper/lower case or add voiced
sound/semi-voiced sound.
Appears in alphanumerics input mode,
tap to switch upper case and lower case.
Icon
/
Function
Each time you tap, the character mode
switches "Hiragana/Kanji/alphabets" →
"Number" in order and a status icon, /
/ appears in the status
, etc. →
bar.
/
Display a one-byte/two-byte symbol list
Touch and to enter them. Switch tabs to display
hold
smiley list to enter them. (a pictogram
tab and deco-mail tab are also displayed
when entering in sp-mode mail.)
Appears before fixing character in
Hiragana/Kanji input mode. It displays
alphanumeric or katakana conversion
candidates assigned to tapped key.
Appears after conversion is fixed to
return to text before conversion.
Move the cursor*1 : To the left.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
Move the cursor*1 : To the right.
Touch and hold to move continuously.
Or change the range for conversion.
When there is an unfixed character string
with the cursor at the right end, tap to
enter the same character as the one at
the end.
*2
Fix entered or converted characters.
When characters are already fixed, enter
a line feed at the cursor position.
Delete the character before the cursor.
Touch and hold to delete continuously.
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Icon
Function
When any character is entered or after
entered character is fixed, a space can be
entered. Touch and hold to input spaces
continuously.
Enter characters by voice. A candidate
list appears. Tap the character string you
want to enter.
In Hiragana/Kanji input mode, highlight
and select word in conversion
candidates. Tap continuously to change
a word highlighted in conversion
candidates and select a word to enter.
Activate online dictionary.
Touch and You need to mark "Online dictionary"
checkbox in the Japanese keyboard
hold
setting screen.
Appears when entering number. Display
a one-byte/two-byte symbol list to enter
them. Switch tabs to display smiley list to
enter them. (a pictogram tab and decomail tab are also displayed when
entering in sp-mode mail.)
*1 When any characters are entered, just tap the
desired position on the entered character string to
move the cursor.
*2 Before the conversion is fixed, " 確定 (Fix)" is
displayed. In some screens such as the mail account
registration screen, " 次へ (Next)", " 完了 (Done)", " 実行
(Go)", etc. appear.
❖Information
When you enter character by Kana handwriting for
the first time, read a guidance and tap [OK].
In Kana handwriting input, hiragana, alphabet,
number, some symbols can be entered.
You can enter a character continuously without
deleting entered character.
For voiced sound and semi voiced sound mark, enter
in the right upper part of the Kana handwriting input
screen.
For punctuation mark and lower case, enter in the
lower part from the center of the Kana handwriting
input.
For entering alphabet, enter it with reference to
lower horizontal line of the Kana handwriting input
screen.
・
・
・
・
・
・
Editing text
In the character entry screen such as mail,
phonebook, etc., double-tap text you want to
edit so that text edit menu appears at the top
of the screen. Drag or to change the
character string to select.
(Select all)
(Cut)
(Copy)
(Paste)
Select all entered text.
Cut a selected character string.
Copy a selected character string.
Paste a copied/cut character
string.
Close the edit menu.
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❖Information
To paste a copied or cut character string, touch and
hold a position where you want to insert, then tap
[PASTE]. Alternatively, when texts are entered, tap a
position where you want to insert, then tap
and
[PASTE].
・ Edit menu icons vary by applications.
Setting Japanese keyboard
・
Setting character entry
For each input method, you can make
settings related to character entry.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Google voice typing"/
"Shabette-Key-Nyuryoku"/
"Xperia™ Chinese keyboard"/
"Xperia™ Japanese keyboard"/
"Xperia™ keyboard".
・
Settings screen for respective input
method appears. Tap an item displayed
on the screen to set.
❖Information
・
The items vary depending on the input method.
Common settings of software
keyboard
Make keyboard settings such as Key sound,
Vibrate, etc.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
・
3
The setting screen for Japanese
keyboard appears.
Tap [On-screen keyboard settings].
・
Set items for "COMMON ON-SCREEN
KEYBOARD SETTINGS".
Sound on
keypress
Vibration on
keypress
Pop-up on
keypress
No. of lines
(portrait)
No. of lines
(landscape)
Set whether to sound at the time of
key tapping.
Set whether to vibrate at the time of
key tapping.
Set to popup the key you have
tapped at the time of key tapping.
Set number of lines for conversion
candidates displayed in portrait
mode.
Set number of lines for conversion
candidates displayed in landscape
mode.
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❖Information
・
By default, conversion candidates are displayed in 2
lines in portrait/landscape screen.
Auto capitalization
3
❖Information
You can set to stabilize the last status of keyboard in
the each portrait/landscape screen without marking
[Keep keyboard type].
・
Set to capitalize automatically the top letter
you enter in one-byte alphabet entry mode.
1
2
3
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
Mark [Auto capitalization].
❖Information
・
The top letter may not always be capitalized
automatically in one-byte alphabet entry mode
when [Auto capitalization] is marked.
Keeping keyboard type
Set to stabilize the last status of keyboard
(phonepad/QWERTY/Japanese syllabary
keyboard/Kana handwriting input) in the
each portrait/landscape screen in kana/
alphabet/number input mode.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on [Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard].
[On-screen keyboard settings]
uMark [Keep keyboard type].
Keyboard skin settings
You can change keyboard skin.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
Tap [Keyboard skin].
Select from displayed keyboards
and tap [Set skin].
3
4
❖Information
To download and add keyboard skins from a website,
tap [Search for skin] in Step 4. Some keyboard skins
downloaded from website may not support the
terminal.
・ To delete the downloaded keyboard skin, from the
Home screen, tap , and tap [Settings]u[Apps],
and tap the keyboard skin you want to delete in the
"Downloaded" tab, and then tap
[Uninstall]u[OK]u[OK]. Also, tap [Uninstall] in Step 4
so that you can delete the keyboard skin that is not
compatible with the terminal.
・
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Word suggestion settings
The Word suggestion function shows
predicted conversion candidates when you
enter Japanese/English characters. Mark the
checkbox of Word suggestion checkbox to
set options "Spell check" and "Auto space".
These options help you entering characters
with ease.
Setting Word suggestion
1
2
3
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
Mark [Word suggestions]
checkbox.
❖Information
・
Flick or drag downward in the word suggestion field
to enlarge suggestion field in which you can see
more word suggestions and to hide the keyboard.
Tap [ 前候補 (previous suggestion)]/[ 次候補 (next
suggestion)]/[ 確定 (fix)] shown at the bottom of the
word suggestions screen to select/fix characters to
be entered. To show the software keyboard, tap [戻る
(Back)] or x.
Setting Spell check
・
Spell check corrects mistyped characters and
shows conversion candidates before
conversion in one-byte alphabet input mode
when entering characters with QWERTY
keyboard.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
Mark [Spell check] checkbox.
Setting Auto space
・
When selecting English word suggestion,
Auto space enters next to the entered
character. However, space is not entered
automatically in the mail address or URL input
fields.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
Mark [Auto space] checkbox.
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User dictionary settings
To display the word as the preferred
candidate when entering characters, set the
user dictionary beforehand.
Registering words in user dictionaries
There are 2 types of user dictionaries: "My
words Japanese" and "My words English".
1
2
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
Tap [My words Japanese]/[My
words English].
4
5
Tap
and [Add].
Tap the character input box for
"Reading" and fill it out.
Enter a word in the input box for
"Word" and tap [ 完了 (Done)].
Tap [Save].
6
7
❖Information
・
Up to 50 characters (regardless of one-byte or twobyte characters) can be stored for a "Reading" and
"Word", and up to 500 items can be stored in the user
dictionary.
・
When entering characters, tapping [ 直変 (Direct
conversion)] in the word suggestion field may give
priority to some registered words.
Editing user dictionary
1
2
3
On the user dictionary screen,
select a word you want to edit.
Tap
and [Edit].
Edit the content and tap [Save].
Deleting words from user dictionary
1
On the user dictionary screen,
select a word you want to delete.
2
Tap
・
and tap [Delete]u[OK].
To delete all words in the list, tap
[Delete all]u[OK].
Setting Words by learning
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
4
Tap [Learn words].
Mark [Save word while typing].
・
To reset already learned words, tap
[Delete saved words]u[OK].
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❖Information
・
To delete history for learned words individually,
touch and hold a word you want to delete and tap
[Delete].
4
5
Tap [Backup]/[Restore].
Mark a dictionary you want to
back up or restore from among
[My words Japanese], [My words
English], or [Learn words].
6
Tap [Go].
7
Tap [OK]u[OK].
Setting online dictionary
In Hiragana/Kanji input mode, touch and
hold
to activate online dictionary.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
4
Tap [Online dictionary].
Tap [Online dictionary], then read
the note and tap [Agree].
・
[Online dictionary] is marked.
Backing up and restoring dictionary
User dictionary and Words by learning can be
backed up onto an internal storage and
restored when needed.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
Tap [Backup & restore].
・
・
When backing up, a screen asking
whether to overwrite the user
dictionary on the internal storage
appears. When restoring, a screen
asking whether to overwrite the user
dictionary in the terminal appears.
The data is backed up or restored.
❖Information
If restoring data is failed, user dictionary in the
terminal restores to the default. Restore by operating
again.
・ User dictionary and Words by learning are not
backed up onto microSD card.
・
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Using a plug-in application
When entering characters, touch and hold
and tap to display the plug-in
application list.
Adding a plug-in application
You can install and add plug-in applications
to use when entering characters.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
4
Tap [Manage extensions].
On the Info screen, tap [OK].
5
6
Tap [Download new extensions].
Tap an application and follow the
onscreen instructions.
Using Contact Picker 2.3
If contacts are registered to the Contacts, you
can use "Contact Picker 2.3" to enter contact
information when entering characters.
"Contact Picker 2.3" is a preinstalled plug-in
application.
1
On a character entry screen, touch
and hold
.
2
3
4
Tap .
Tap [Contact Picker 2.3].
On the contacts list screen, tap the
contact to pick up.
Mark items you want to enter and
tap [OK].
5
・
・
Plug-in setting screen appears.
❖Information
・
Marked plug-in applications in the plug-in setting
screen can be activated in the character entry screen.
Checkboxes for preinstalled plug-in applications,
"Contact Picker 2.3" is marked by default.
If you want to select/deselect all items,
tap [Mark all]/[Unmark all].
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POBox Touch User Guide
You can view the detailed explanations on
the high performance Japanese keyboard
from the basic to application. The latest
information can be obtained from the
websites for plug-in applications or keyboard
skins.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap
on "Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard".
3
Tap [POBox Touch User Guide].
USB keyboard/Bluetooth
keyboard
・
・
・
・
・
Tap the character input box to display or
on
the status bar of the terminal, then enter characters
with USB keyboard or Bluetooth keyboard.
Press " 半角 / 全角 (one-byte/two-byte)" key on USB
keyboard or Bluetooth keyboard to switch Kana
input/Alphabet input on the terminal.
While displaying word suggestions, press "Tab" key/
" ↓ " key on the USB keyboard or the Bluetooth
keyboard to select a word in word suggestions.
While not selecting a word in word suggestions,
press "Space" key on the USB keyboard or the
Bluetooth keyboard to switch to direct conversion.
You can edit texts with connected USB keyboard or
the Bluetooth keyboard. For instructions on editing
texts on the terminal, see "Editing text" (P.52).
- Press "Ctrl" key and "A" key to select all entered text.
- Press "Ctrl" key and "X" key to cut a selected
character string.
- Press "Ctrl" key and "C" key to copy a selected
character string.
- Press "Ctrl" key and "V" key to paste a copied or cut
character string.
Connect USB keyboard or Bluetooth
keyboard that supports HID (Human
Interface Device) profile with the terminal to
enter characters.
❖Information
Some Bluetooth keyboards compatible with HID
profiles cannot be used or may not operate properly.
・ Use USB keyboard or Bluetooth keyboard with key
order that is compatible with 106 keyboard/109
keyboard.
・
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❖Information
docomo Palette UI
Home screen
You can switch the home application between
"docomo" and "Xperia™" in the terminal.
"docomo" is set to the home application by default.
To switch the home application, from the Home
screen, tap
and [Setup guide] and on the
Preferred applications screen, [Change now]u[Home
screen], or from the Home screen, tap ,
[Settings]u[Xperia™]u[Preferred apps
settings]u[Home screen]. To switch applications
(Home, phonebook (contacts), video or music player)
to be used in the terminal all at once, from the Home
screen, tap [Preferred apps settings]u[OK], or from
the Home screen, tap ,
[Settings]u[Xperia™]u[Preferred apps
settings]u[Set all to].
・ When the home application is switched, widgets or
shortcuts on the screen may not be displayed
correctly depending on home screen layout etc.
・
Home screen is a start screen for using
applications. You can personalize the Home
screen by adding or moving, for example,
application shortcuts and widgets, or
changing the wallpaper.
Learning Home screen
Tapping y displays Home screen which
consists of up to 12 screens you can use
flicking left and right.
a
b
c
Switching the Home screen
d
e
g
f
e
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
"ひつじのしつじくん®
(Butler Sheep)"
©NTT DOCOMO
Current home screen position
Widget : Google Search
Widget : i-channel
Widget : Machi-chara
Shortcuts (applications)
Applications button
Wallpaper
1
Flick the Home screen to left or
right.
・
The Home screen switches.
❖Information
You can check the current position of the Home
screen with
at the top of the screen.
・ Alternatively, display a list of home screens and then
tap a home screen to switch. For details on the home
screen list, see "Displaying a list of home screens"
(P.61).
・
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60
Displaying a list of home screens
1
From the Home screen, pinch-in.
・
A home screen list appears.
❖Information
Touch an hold an area of the Home screen where no
icons are displayed and tap [Home screens] to
display list of home screens.
・ To return to the home screen, pinch-out, or tap y
or x.
・
Adding to the Home screen
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
・
■
Home screens Show home screens. (P.61)
Wallpaper loop Set whether to loop wallpaper on
settings
the Home screen.
Adding a shortcut to the Home screen
1
On "select an action" menu screen
(P.61), tap [Shortcut].
2
Select a shortcut you want to add.
・
The shortcut appears on the Home
screen.
❖Information
・
Alternatively, you can add from the Home screen,
and touch and hold an icon you want to add, tap
[Add].
"select an action" menu appears to
change the Home screen.
Select an action
Shortcut
Widget
Folder
Kisekae
Wallpaper
Group
Add shortcuts of applications or
setting screens. (P.61)
Add widgets. (P.62)
Create new folder etc. (P.63)
Change the background of the
home screen or application screen,
or download from website to add.
(P.63)
Change the wallpaper or download
from website to add. (P.63)
Add group shortcut of application
screen. (P.64)
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61
Adding a widget to the Home screen
1
On "select an action" menu screen
(P.61), tap [Widget].
・
A list of widgets appears.
Bookmarks
Calendar
Contact
Contents
Headline
docomo
location
information
docomo Wi-Fi
View bookmarks.
Display the calendar.
View contacts using Contacts
application of Xperia™.
Display latest information of
contents such as music, videos, ebooks, etc.
Activate docomo location
information application.
View docomo Wi-Fi.
かんたん接続
(docomo Wi-Fi
easy
connection)
Facebook
View Friends' comments.
Friends' music View list of songs shared in
Facebook.
Gmail
View Inbox of Gmail etc.
Google Search Display the Quick search box.
Google+ posts View posted contents in Google+.
IC Tag/Barcode Enable or disable IC Tag read mode.
Reader
Infrared
Display "Send My profile" button
and "Receive file" button for infrared
communication.
iチャネルウィ
ジェット (i-
channel
widget)
Latitude
Machi-chara
Music
Unlimited
Personal area
Phonebook
Phonebook
Select
members
Play Store
Schedule &
Memo
Traffic
YouTube
スマホなるほど
ツアーズ (Tips
Display latest information such as
news or weather.
View locations of members.
Display reception of mails or calls
information with Machi-chara.
View Music Unlimited.
Display personal area.
View phonebook using phonebook
application provided by DOCOMO.
Display history of calls or message
(SMS) of 3 contacts selected from
the Phonebook fixed/at random.
Show applications recommended
by Google Play.
Display memos or photo memos on
the calendar.
Enter a widget name and
destination to activate the widget
showing travel time to the
destination. Tap to check supplied
traffic information.
Display the list of frequently played
movies and recommended.
View "Tips of smartphone for
docomo with series".
of smartphone
for docomo
with series)
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プリインアプリ
利用状況 (Usage
View use of preinstalled
applications.
❖Information
・
of preinstalled
applications)
診断ツール
Activate diagnosis tool.
(Diagnosis tool)
2
Select an item.
❖Information
・
If you install an application with widget from Google
Play, the installed widget is added to the widget list.
Adding a folder to the Home screen
1
On "select an action" menu screen
(P.61), tap [Folder].
2
Select a folder you want to add.
The folder appears on the Home
screen.
・ You can rename or add items to a folder
by selecting [New folder] on the folder
selection screen.
・
■ Renaming
Touch and hold a folder you want to
renameu[Edit name]uEnter a folder
name and tap [OK].
■ Adding an item
From the Home screen, touch and hold a
shortcut you want to adduDrag it onto
any folder.
・ A shortcut is moved into a folder.
Alternatively, open a folder by tapping and then
touch and hold the title bar to display the [Folder
name] entry box to rename.
Changing Kisekae
1
On "select an action" menu screen
(P.61), tap [Kisekae].
2
Flick left or right and tap a Kisekae
you want to change to.
❖Information
Alternatively, select Kisekae you want to change to
and tap [Set] to change Kisekae.
・ Alternatively, from the Home screen, tap
and
then tap [Kisekae] to change.
・ You can add Kisekae contents by tapping [Search] to
download from website. To delete added Kisekae
contents, select the image and tap
[Delete]u[Delete].
・
Changing wallpaper
1
On "select an action" menu screen
(P.61), tap [Wallpaper].
2
Tap [Album]/[Live Wallpapers]/
[Wallpaper gallery]/[Xperia™
wallpapers].
・
When you tap [Xperia™ wallpapers],
select an image to set to the wallpaper,
tap [Set wallpaper].
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63
When you tap [Album], select an image
to set to the wallpaper, drag and set
trimming frame for range in the image
you want to use as wallpaper, and then
tap [Crop] to set wallpaper.
・ When you tap [Live Wallpapers], select
a content, tap [Set wallpaper]. You can
also download and add Live wallpaper
content from a web page. For some
contents, you can change type or
contents displayed on the wallpaper by
tapping [Settings].
・ When you tap [Wallpaper gallery],
select an image you want to use as
wallpaper, then tap [Set wallpaper].
・
Adding a group to the Home screen
Changing the Home screen
You can add, delete, sort home screens while
the home screen list is displayed.
・ For details on the home screen list, see
"Displaying a list of home screens" (P.61).
Adding a home screen
1
2
From the Home screen, pinch-in.
Tap .
❖Information
・
There are 5 home screens by default. You can add 7
home screens moreover.
Deleting a home screen
From the Home screen, pinch-in.
Tap
of thumbnail you want to
delete on the Home screen.
1
On "select an action" menu screen
(P.61), tap [Group].
1
2
2
Select a group of applications you
want to add.
❖Information
❖Information
・
Alternatively, on the Application screen (P.66), touch
and hold a group name and then tap [Add].
・
Alternatively, on the home screen list, touch and hold
a thumbnail of home screen you want to delete and
tap [Delete].
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64
Sorting home screens
1
2
From the Home screen, pinch-in.
Touch and hold a home screen you
want to sort.
3
Drag it to the place you want to
move.
Moving an icon on the Home screen
1
2
From the Home screen, touch an
icon you want to move.
Drag it anywhere.
・
To move to another Home screen, keep
touching the icon and drag it to left or
right.
Deleting an icon from the Home
screen
1
2
Uninstalling a shortcut or widget on
the Home screen
Before uninstalling shortcut or widget on the
Home screen, back up contents related to the
application or widget that you want to save
including data saved in the application or
widget.
・ Some applications or widgets may not be
uninstalled.
・
1
From the Home screen, touch and
hold a shortcut or widget you want
to uninstall.
2
Tap [Uninstall].
3
Tap [OK]u[OK].
・
Uninstall screen appears.
❖Information
・
You can also uninstall them from the Settings menu.
For details, see "Deleting installed application" (P.132).
From the Home screen, touch and
hold an icon you want to delete.
Tap [Delete].
❖Information
・
Alternatively, touch and hold an icon you want to
delete from the Home screen and drag it to
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
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d
Application screen
You can access the applications installed in
the terminal using the Application screen.
Learning Application screen
1
From the Home screen, tap
(Applications button).
・
The Application screen appears.
a
d
b
Group name
・ To display/hide applications in the group, tap the
group name.
e Application icon
・
is displayed for newly arrived application.
・ Some application icons are displayed with a
number of missed calls or unread mails.
f Applications in the group
・ To display/hide all applications in the group,
pinch-out/in the Application screen.
g Number of applications in the group
❖Information
To close the Application screen, tap x or y.
If you download applications from website, icons
with
are added to the Application screen.
・ If you selected Japanese as a language in Initial
settings (P.31), some group names are displayed in
Japanese even after the language setting is changed.
These group names can be changed to English (P.74).
・
・
c
g
e
f
a
Application tab
・ View Application screen.
b Recommends tab
・ Install applications recommended by DOCOMO.
c Optional menu icon
・ View optional menu such as Settings.
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Applications
The applications displayed on the Application screen by default are as follows.
・ For usage of some applications, separate subscription (Charged) is required.
■
DOCOMO Services
Icon
Applications
dmenu
dmarket
i チャネル (i-channel)
iコンシェル (i-
concier)
しゃべってコンシェル
(Shabette concier)
Machi-chara
ドコモバックアップ
(docomo backup)
■
Description
A shortcut application for "dmenu" to find contents that you used
in i-mode and joyful and convenient contents for smartphones
readily.
Activate dmarket. You can buy contents such as music, videos,
books at the dmarket. Applications on Google Play are also
featured.
An application for using i-channel.
An application for using i-concier. i-concier is a service in which a
mobile phone supports your life like a "butler" or "concierge".
Speak "what you want to search" or "what you want to do" to the
terminal. It understands your intention and display the best
solution on the display from the services or functions of the
terminal (in Japanese only).
An application for displaying character on the terminal screen. The
character moves on the widget and informs you i-concier
information, mail reception, incoming calls, etc.
An application for using " ケータイデータお預かりサービス (Data
Security Service)" or " 電話帳バックアップ (Phonebook backup)".
Back up or restore phonebook data etc.
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P.161
Description
Activate DOCOMO phone application to make/receive calls, and
switch between calls.
Activate Xperia™ phone application to make/receive calls, and
switch between calls.
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P.77
P.161
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−
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Basic Functions
Icon
Applications
Phone
Dial
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Icon
Applications
Phonebook
Contacts
SD card backup
sp モードメール (spmode mail)
Area Mail
Disaster kit
Instruction Manual
Setup guide
■
Description
Activate DOCOMO phonebook application to manage phonebooks
of your friends or colleagues.
Activate Xperia™ phonebook application to manage contacts of
your friends or colleagues.
An application to move or back up data such as phonebook entries,
sp-mode mails, bookmarks, etc. using external memory such as
microSD card.
Send/receive mails using docomo mail address (@docomo.ne.jp).
You can use pictogram and Deco-mail. Mails can be received
automatically.
Receive early warning "Area Mail" and view received Area Mail.
An application which helps you to record and check messages on
the docomo Disaster Message Board.
Display the terminal instruction manual. You can start a function
you want to use from the explanation (in Japanese only).
* See "About manuals of SO-05D" in "Introduction".
Display Setup guide.
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P.85
Description
Play music and videos.
Playback music data stored on the internal storage or microSD card.
Watch 1Seg program.
View ground-based broadcasting, BS digital broadcasting.
Searching programs by key words or categories, watching 1Seg,
and remote recording of 1Seg program from outside are available.
Connect to "Video Unlimited" which allows you to download
favorite videos and watch them anywhere.
Connect to "Music Unlimited" which allows you to listen to music
around the world anytime and anywhere.
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P.201
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P.219
P.96
P.107
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P.31
Entertainment
Icon
Applications
Media Player
WALKMAN
1Seg
G ガイド番組表
(Program table)
Video Unlimited
Music Unlimited
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P.167
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Icon
Applications
Description
You can buy topical books or popular comics from SONY's eBook
Sony (eBook Reader by store "Reader Store" whenever you like.
Sony)
FM radio
Use FM radio.
Movies
Acquire video information etc.
Connected devices
Set and manage media server via Connected devices, and connect
DLNA device to the terminal via Wi-Fi network to share files.
Facebook
Activate Facebook client application.
Timescape™
View Social Networking Service (SNS) history.
Album
View photos and videos you took, and images posted on Picasa or
Facebook.
PSM を始めよう (Let's Show dedicated website for the "PS Store".
start PSM)
Download games to play on the terminal.
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Applications
Camera
Memo
Schedule
Infrared
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P.175
電子書籍 Reader by
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P.174
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P.159
P.136
P.204
P.195
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Tools
Icon
■
−
Description
Take photos and record video clips.
Create/Manage memos. It supports i-concier service.
Create/Manage schedule. It supports i-concier service.
An application which allows you to send and receive phonebook
data, etc. via infrared communication.
IC Tag/Barcode Reader Read IC Tag and barcode.
Calculator
Perform basic calculations such as addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division.
Alarm & clock
Set alarm and view clock.
OfficeSuite
View and read Office documents.
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−
P.153
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P.215
P.221
Osaifu/Shopping
Icon
Applications
Osaifu-Keitai
Description
Use Osaifu-Keitai.
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P.163
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Icon
■
Applications
iD 設定アプリ (iD
setting application)
ToruCa
Page
P.165
Acquire, display, search, or refresh ToruCa.
P.166
Settings
Icon
Applications
Settings
遠隔サポート (Remote
support)
Xperia Start Up
−
■
Description
Make settings for use of electronic money, iD.
Update Center
Flash Player Settings
Description
Page
P.112
An application for using " スマートフォンあんしん遠隔サポート
(Smartphone Anshin Remote Support)". With " スマートフォンあんし
ん遠隔サポート (Smartphone Anshin Remote Support)", call center
staff can provide operational support while checking your terminal
screen remotely.
Access Google Play to download applications to make use of Xperia
even more useful and fun.
Update the latest software or application.
Change settings for controlling application running method in
Flash Player.
−
Make the terminal settings.
−
P.240
−
Google
Icon
Applications
Email
Gmail
Messaging
Talk
Browser
Search
Downloads
Play Store
YouTube
Description
Send and receive emails (multiple accounts are also available).
Send and receive mails from/to a Google account.
Send and receive messages (SMS).
Chat with friends using Google Talk instant messaging.
Browse Web and WAP sites (except for WML) and download files.
Search information in the terminal and web pages from keywords.
View a list of files downloaded from websites.
Access to the Google Play, download and buy new applications.
Playback videos around the world or upload recorded videos.
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P.99
P.106
P.96
P.106
P.108
P.39
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P.162
P.198
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Icon
Applications
Play Movies
Calendar
Maps
Navigation
Local
Latitude
Google+
Messenger
■
Description
An application for accessing movie rental service of Google Play.
Select a movie you want to watch and rent it.
Display a calendar and manage schedule.
Use Google map services, such as viewing current location, finding
another location and calculating routes.
Display Google map navigation to receive detailed guides for your
destination.
Use various information registered on Google map, such as shops
around the current location.
Check and share the location information of specified friends.
Activate Social Network Service (SNS) client application "Google+"
provided by Google.
Chat with friends using Google+ instant messaging.
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Description
Protect your terminal from damage by virus. Detect virus hidden in
installed applications or microSD card.
An application for viewing e-books you purchased on the dmarket
BOOK store.
Analyze photos and videos you took, and automatically edit them
to create a new video. You can select template and BGM according
to the scenes. Created videos can easily be posted to SNS etc.
Official client application for Twitter. Post a short message on public
on the website to communicate with others.
Page
Functions such as 地図 (Map), お店や施設検索 (Shop and facility
search), ナビ (Navigation), 乗換 (Transfer function), 訪れた街 (Visited
places) support your outing.
Create original name card to display in the My profile field of
docomo "Phonebook" application.
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P.213
P.209
P.211
P.210
P.212
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Recommends
Icon
Applications
Anshin Scan
Book Store MyShelf
HighlightCam
Twitter
地図アプリ (Map
Application)
Name card creator
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Icon
Applications
Description
An application which supports using packet communication
(International
overseas. You can set Data roaming setting or a network operator
roaming)
applicable for international Pake-hodai easily.
eco モード (eco mode) An application to set "eco mode" for reducing battery consumption
by adjusting each setting such as display brightness.
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❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
From the Home screen, tap
and tap "Recommends" tab to display applications recommended by DOCOMO.
For details, see "Installing "Recommends" applications" (P.76).
Some application names may not be displayed fully.
Some applications require downloading and installation. If you cannot download application by tapping, from
the Home screen, tap
and tap [Settings]u[Security]u[Unknown sources]u[OK], mark the checkbox and
then tap the application.
Activating two or more applications may increase battery consumption and the operation time may become
short. For this reason, it is recommended to end applications when not used. To end the application, on the
application screen you are using, tap x to display the Home screen (P.60).
If you selected Japanese as a language in Initial settings (P.31), some group names are displayed in Japanese
even after the language setting is changed. These group names can be changed to English (P.74).
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Changing the Application
screen
❖Information
・
From the Application screen, you can add
icons, sort icons, uninstall applications. Also
you can change group setting.
Adding an application icon to the
Home screen
1
From the Application screen, touch
and hold an icon you want to add
to the Home screen.
2
Tap [Add].
・
The application icon is added onto the
Home screen.
❖Information
・
Touch and hold an area of the Home screen where
no icons are displayed and tap [Shortcut]
u[Application] and select an application to add an
icon.
Sorting application icons
1
2
From the Application screen, touch
and hold an application icon you
want to sort.
To move an application icon to another application
group, touch and hold the icon on the Application
screen, tap [Move], then select a group you want to
move to. Alternatively, to move an icon, you can
touch and hold an icon on the Application screen,
then drag it to the group you want to move to.
Uninstalling an application
Some application icons can be deleted from
the Application screen.
・ Before uninstalling application, back up
contents related to the application that you
want to save including data saved in the
application.
・ Some applications or widgets may not be
uninstalled.
1
From the Application screen, touch
and hold an icon of application
you want to uninstall.
2
Tap [Uninstall].
3
Tap [OK]u[OK].
・
Uninstall screen appears.
❖Information
・
You can also uninstall them from the Settings menu.
For details, see "Deleting installed application" (P.132).
Drag it anywhere.
・
The application icon moves.
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Adding a shortcut of group to the
Home screen
1
2
From the Application screen, touch
and hold an icon you want to add
to the Home screen.
Tap [Add].
・
Shortcuts to the group is added to the
Home screen.
❖Information
・
Touch and hold an area of the Home screen where
no icons are displayed and tap [Group] and select a
group to add a shortcut.
Changing a label color of the group
name
1
From the Application screen, touch
and hold a group you want to
change the color.
2
Tap [Edit label] and select label
color to change.
・
The color for group name is changed.
Deleting a group
1
From the Application screen, touch
and hold a group you want to
delete.
2
Tap [Delete]u[OK].
・
Application icons belonged to the
deleted group move to the "Download
Application" group.
❖Information
・
"Recently", "DOCOMO Services", and "Download
Application" groups cannot be deleted.
Changing a group name
1
From the Application screen, touch
and hold a group you want to
rename.
2
3
Tap [Edit name].
Enter a group name in the [Group
name] entry box and tap [OK].
・
The group is renamed.
❖Information
・
"Recently", "DOCOMO Services", and "Download
Application" groups cannot be renamed.
Adding a group
1
2
From the Application screen, tap
and tap [Add group].
Enter a group name in the [Group
name] entry box and tap [OK].
・
A new group is added.
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Sorting groups
Searching applications
1
From the Application screen, touch
and hold a group name you want
to sort.
Search application installed into the terminal
to activate.
2
Drag it anywhere.
1
・
The group is moved.
When you use for the first time, the
Terms of Service window for Google
Search appears. Read the terms of use
and tap [OK].
・ The software keyboard appears.
・
Opening the recently used
applications window
You can view and access recently used
applications from this window.
1
Recently used applications appear on a
list. Tap an application to activate. Flick
left or right to delete from the list.
❖Information
・
2
Tap r.
・
On the recently used applications list screen, touch
and hold an application to select [Remove from list]/
[App info].
From the Application screen, tap
and then tap [Search].
Enter application name you want
to search in the search box.
・
3
Search suggestions appear as you enter
a character.
Tap a search item.
・
The application activates.
❖Information
・
Alternatively, from the Home screen, tap , then
tap [Search] to search application. For details, refer to
"Searching information in the terminal and web
pages" (P.39).
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Switching application screens
Icons on the Application screen can be
displayed in a list or tiles.
1
From the Application screen, tap
and then tap [List format]/[Tile
format].
Checking Home application
information
1
From the Application screen, tap
and then tap [Application info].
・
The home application information
appears.
Installing "Recommends"
applications
The "Recommends" tab in the Application
screen shows applications recommended by
DOCOMO.(P.66)
1
From the Application screen, tap
[Recommends] tab.
2
Tap an application.
・
Download screen opens. Follow the
onscreen instructions.
❖Information
Downloaded applications are displayed in
"Download Application" group on "Application" tab
in the Application screen.
・ Tap [ もっとアプリを見る (More apps)] on the
[Recommends] tab to display "dmenu".
・
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Phone
Emergency call
Making/Receiving a call
Making a call
1
2
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Dial] tab.
Enter the number of the recipient
and tap .
・
If a wrong number is entered, tap
to delete the number.
When the terminal is within range of the
service area, you can make an emergency call
of 110 (Police), 119 (Fire and ambulance), or
118 (Japan Coast Guard).
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Dial].
2
Enter the number of the
emergency call and tap
・
❖Information
・
To activate Xperia™ phone application, from the
Home screen, tap , then tap [Dial].
,
.
If a wrong number is entered, tap
to delete the number.
❖Note
If docomo mini UIM card is not inserted to the
terminal, emergency calls (110, 119, 118) cannot be
made in Japan.
・ You can make an emergency call by tapping
[Emergency call] on the screen unlocking screen. In
Japan, however, when the power ON, on the PIN
code entry screen (P.141), or on the PUK entry screen
(P.142), emergency calls (110, 119, 118) cannot be
made even if you tap [Emergency call].
・ If SIM card lock is set in Airplane mode, emergency
call cannot be made.
・ This terminal supports "Emergency call location
information". If you use the terminal to place a call to
emergency numbers such as 110, 119, or 118, the
information of a location where you are calling from
(location information) is automatically notified to the
Emergency call acceptance organization such as the
Police Station.
The Emergency call acceptance organization may not
be able to figure out your exact location depending
・
Entering pause (,)
This function allows you to operate voice
mail at home, to reserve tickets, or to check
the balance of a bank account, etc.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Dial] tab.
,
2
Enter the phone number, then tap
and tap [Add 2–sec pause].
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77
on the location where you place a call or radio wave
condition.
If you make a call hiding your caller ID, such as by
entering a phone number with "184" for each call, the
location information and phone number are not
notified. However, the Emergency call acceptance
organization may decide to obtain the location
information and phone number regardless of your
settings when they consider it is necessary for
lifesaving, etc. Note that the areas/time for which the
"Emergency call location information" is ready to be
used vary depending on the preparatory state of each
Emergency call acceptance organization.
・ When calling 110, 119 or 118 for emergency from the
terminal, tell that you are calling from a mobile
phone, and give your phone number and your
current location precisely for checking callback from
the police/fire department. Also, make a point to call
in a stationary position to prevent the call from being
dropped. Do not power off the terminal for at least
10 minutes after the emergency call just in case the
Police or Fire/Ambulance may have to get in contact
with you.
・ Note that you may not connect to the local Fire
Department or Police Station depending on where
you are calling from. In this case, try to call from a
public phone or an ordinary phone in the
neighborhood.
Ending a call
1
Tap [End call].
Making an international call
(WORLD CALL)
For details on WORLD CALL, refer to
DOCOMO International Services website.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Dial] tab.
2
Touch and hold [0] key until "+"
sign appears.
・
3
,
When making an international call, "+"
is replaced by an international access
code.
Enter Country codeuArea code
(City code)uThe number of the
recipient and tap .
・
If the area code begins with "0", omit "0".
However, "0" may be required to dial to
some countries or areas such as Italy.
Receiving a call
1
While receiving a call, touch and
hold
(left) and drag it to
(right).
❖Information
If you are using regular headphones without a
microphone, you need to speak to the microphone
of the terminal.
・ During the screen lock, the icon appears and you can
answer a call by the same operation.
・
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78
Muting the ringtone for an
incoming call
1
When receiving a call, press
m/p.
❖Information
You can stop vibration by pressing m/p
when silent mode (vibration) is set.
・ From the Home screen, press m to mute the
ringtone for an incoming call.
・
Declining an incoming call and
sending a message (SMS)
When you cannot answer a call, you can
reject the call and send a message (SMS).
Message to send is registered in advance, and
you can edit it if necessary.
Declining a call
1
While receiving a call, touch and
hold
(right) and drag it to
(left).
❖Information
1
During the screen lock, the icon appears and you can
reject a call by the same operation.
・ If you reject an incoming call during use of Voice Mail
Service, the call is connected to the Voice Mail
service center.
Drag
upwards when
receiving a call.
2
Tap a message to send.
・
・
The message (SMS) is sent to the caller.
❖Information
While Voice Mail service is in use, a call is rejected and
a message (SMS) is sent then the caller is connected
to the Voice Mail service center.
・ To create a new message to send, when receiving a
call, drag
up and tap
to
create a message and send. To edit a message, from
the Home screen, tap
and , then tap [Call
settings]u[Reject call with message] to select and
edit an existing message, then tap [OK].
・
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Using Stereo Headset with
Microphone
■
1
You can make or answer a call with Stereo
Headset with Microphone (Sample)
connecting to the terminal.
・
2
■
Microphone
Making a call
Make a call with Stereo Headset
with Microphone (Sample)
connected.
1
Switch
Press the switch to end the call.
Receiving a call
While receiving a call, press the
switch of Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample).
・
・
Headset
connector
2
An operation of making a call is the
same as usual operation. (P.77)
The call is connected.
When receiving a call, you can decline
the call by pressing the switch for a
second or more.
To end a call, press the switch
again.
❖Information
While listening to music with Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample) connecting to the terminal,
you can answer a call by pressing the switch. Music
pauses on calling. Music restarts when ending the
call automatically depending on the player
application.
・ Connecting and removing Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample) repeatedly during a call may
disconnect a call.
・
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Adjusting the ear speaker
volume
1
During a call, press m to
adjust.
❖Information
You can adjust the ear speaker volume only during a
call.
・
Operations during a call
■
Calling screen
a
f
g
f
Option menu : Set Hold during a call.
・ To cancel Hold, tap [Retrieve call] during Hold.
・ To set a call on hold, "Call waiting" subscription is
required. (P.84)
g Number of the other party
h Mute : Set muting on/off of the microphone during
a call.
・ When the microphone is muted, a mute icon
appears in the status bar.
i Dial key : Enter the phone number you want to add
to make a call.
・ The ongoing call is automatically on hold.
・ To add a call, "Call waiting" subscription is
required. (P.84)
j End call
❖Note
・
b
c
d
e
Do not bring the terminal close to your ear with the
speakerphone on to avoid from hearing damage.
h
i
j
a
b
c
d
Name of the other party
A photo saved in Phonebook
Call duration time
Speaker : Set speakerphone on/off.
・ Other party's voice can be heard from the speaker
and handsfree call can be made.
・ When the speakerphone is on, a speakerphone
icon
appears in the status bar.
e Phonebook : View phonebook entry list screen.
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Call history
Showing call history
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Recent calls] tab.
・
,
The Recent calls screen appears.
Recent calls screen
On the Recent calls screen, incoming call
history and outgoing call history are
displayed in chronological order.
a
b
e
f
g
c
d
h
i
a
b
: Koe-no-Takuhaibin
For details on Koe-no-Takuhaibin, refer to "Koeno-Takuhaibin" (P.84) or NTT DOCOMO website.
: Outgoing international call
: Incoming international call
c Phone number/name
d Consecutive calls with the same party
・ Tap a history or
to display combined history,
tap again to display individually.
・ Number in bracket indicates number of
combined history.
e Outgoing history
f Outgoing
g History icons
: Missed call
: Incoming call
: Outgoing call
h Date
i Phonebook
・
❖Information
・
On the Recent calls screen, tap
and tap [Search
location] to check the current location of the party
using imadocokantan search. To set/edit "Network
service" or "Reject call with message", tap
and tap
[Call settings]. (P.84)
Incoming history
Call status icons
: Caller ID notified
: Caller ID hidden
・ Notified if calls are made with "186" (Notify)/"184"
(Hide) prefixed to the number.
・ If you enter a phone number and tap
, then
select [Caller ID notification]u[Notify]/[Not notify]
to make a call,
/
does not appear in the
call log list.
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82
Displaying missed calls
When you have missed calls,
the status bar.
1
2
2
・
appears in
Drag the status bar downwards.
Tap [Missed call].
Tap desired phonebook entry, or
tap [Register new].
3
When you set Google account etc., tap
[Register new] to select an account to
register.
On the profile editing screen, enter
information and tap [Save].
❖Information
When you set the screen lock to "Slide", a missed call
icon appears on the screen unlock screen for missed
calls. For the setting to show or hide icons, see
"Setting information displayed on the unlock screen"
(P.128).
・
Making a call from call history
1
On the Recent calls screen (P.82),
tap .
Adding a number from the call
history to Phonebook
1
Deleting a call history
1
On the Recent calls screen (P.82),
tap .
2
Tap [Delete all]u[OK].
❖Information
To delete only an item of call log, on the Recent calls
list screen (P.82), touch and hold a call log you want
to delete and tap [Delete from call log]u[OK].
・ To delete all any of "Incoming history" or "Outgoing
history", on the Recent calls list screen (P.82), tap
[Incoming history]/[Outgoing history] and tap ,
then [Delete all]u[OK].
・
On the Recent calls screen (P.82),
touch and hold a phone number,
tap [Edit number before
call]u[Add Phonebook].
・
You can also save by tapping the
number and then [Add Phonebook] at
the bottom of the screen.
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Network
Service
Call settings
You can use the network services and search
for available networks.
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
then tap .
Tap [Call settings].
・
,
You can set the following options.
Network
service
Koe-noTakuhaibin
Voice mail
service
Call
forwarding
service
Call Waiting
Caller ID
notification
Nuisance
call blocking
service
Koe-no-Takuhaibin is a
service of taking voice
messages for you.
It is a service of taking
caller's message when
you cannot answer an
incoming call.
It is a service of
transferring call when
you cannot answer an
incoming call.
It is a service of putting
the current call on hold
and answering an
incoming call or making
a call to another party.
Notify the display of the
recipient phone of your
phone number.
Register phone numbers
of nuisance call to reject.
Request number
notification for calls
without phone number
with guidance.
Set action for additional
incoming call during a
call.
Call
Notify incoming calls by
notification SMS while the power is
off or you are out of
service area.
English
Set voice guidance to
guidance
English.
Remote
Set to operate Voice Mail
operation Service or Call
settings
forwarding Service using
land-line phone, public
phone or DOCOMO
mobile phone, etc.
P.228
Caller ID
display
request
service
Second call
settings
Roaming
settings
Advanced Set whether to reject an incoming call
call settings with phone number that is
unregistered in the Phonebook
automatically.
Reject call Edit/Set a message (SMS) to be sent
with
when rejecting an incoming call.
message
Service
When you start using overseas or move
providers
out of your operator's network, the
terminal searches another available
network and reconnects to it.
Noise
Make the voice clear to understand for
suppression the other party during a call.
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Accounts
Set Internet phone (SIP) account.
Use Internet Set Internet phone (SIP) call method.
calling
Phonebook
Phonebook list screen
On the phonebook list screen, you can view
details of your contacts. You can add a
picture to a phonebook entry, and display
phonebook entries by group.
g h
In the Phonebook, you can enter various
information for contacts, for example, phone
numbers, mail addresses and web service
accounts. You can display phonebook entry
to get quick access to that contact.
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i
j
b
c
k
d
Opening Phonebook
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Phonebook].
・
・
The phonebook list screen appears.
Alternatively, from the Home screen,
tap and tap [Phonebook] to display
phonebook list screen.
❖Information
・
e
f
,
To activate Xperia™ phone application, from the
Home screen, tap , then tap [Contacts].
l
m
a
b
c
Contacts tab
Name registered in the phonebook entry
Entry items
・ Icons indicate entry items.
d Photo set in the phonebook entry
e Register
f Group
・ Select a group to be displayed.
g Communication tab
・ Display call history, sp-mode mail history,
message (SMS) history. You can call or send a
message (SMS) from history.
h TimeLine tab
・ TimeLine for SNS or Blog set in Linking to SNS
function appears. Tap to show detailed screen
and post comment or Like.
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j
Option menu
My profile tab
・ Check your own phone number.
k Index character area
・ Tap index character to display phonebook entries
allocated to the index character.
l Index
・ Display the index character to search entries in
the order of Japanese syllabary, alphabet, etc.
m Search
Managing phonebook
Adding a new phonebook entry
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap [Register].
・
2
3
4
When you set Google account etc., you
can select an account to add.
❖Information
When you save "Phonetic name (family/given)",
phonebook list is displayed according to Japanese
syllabary order or alphabets order of "Phonetic
name". If you enter "family/given" in Kanji without
entering "Phonetic name" to add phonebook entry,
the name appear in "ABC" field on the phonebook list
screen.
・ To check the number of registered data in the
Phonebook, from the phonebook list screen (P.85),
tap , and [Others]u[About].
・ If you set [Xperia™] on "Set all to" in Preferred apps
settings (P.60) and register contact in "Contacts"
application, you can select "Phone contact" as saving
location and set ringtone. When "docomo" is set in
Preferred apps settings (P.60), ringtone set on "Phone
contact" account cannot be changed.
・ If "docomo" account is selected as saving location
when registering phonebook entries, SNS/Blog
accounts can be set.
・
Entering name on the profile
editing screen.
Select a desired item to enter.
・
You can set phone number, mail
address, group, etc. Tap
in "Others",
then tap [Add] to add information.
Tap [Save].
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Using shortcuts of Phonebook
Making a call using the phonebook
When you tap the photo (image) part on the
phonebook list screen, shortcuts for phone,
mail, etc. appear. Tap the shortcut to make a
call, or create and send a mail.
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap a phonebook entry to
call.
2
On the Profile screen, tap a phone
number.
3
Tap [Call].
Make a call to saved phone number.
Create and send message (SMS).
Select Email application to create and send an
email.
・ If [Use by default for this action.] checkbox is
marked, application selection screen will not
appear for the next time.
Searching for a phonebook entry
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap [Search].
2
Enter name or reading you want to
search in the search field.
* You can also use the registered addresses, etc.
❖Information
When you tap a part other than photo (image) on
the phonebook list screen, profile screen of the
phonebook appears instead of shortcuts.
・ Email shortcut appears when email address is saved
in the selected phonebook entry and you have set
your email account. If you have not set your email
account, shortcut for Gmail ( ) appears.
・ For a phonebook entry with only name, tapping
photo (image) does not display the shortcut.
・
・
All phonebook entries beginning with
those letters appear.
Changing contacts display order
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap
[Others]u[Contacts display order].
2
Tap [Japanese order]/
[Alphabetical order]/[Number
order].
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Changing accounts to display
Setting group for phonebook entry
You can set registered phonebook entries to
be displayed in the phonebook list.
You can set phonebook entries registered to
docomo account to a group from the
phonebook list screen.
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap
[Others]u[Accounts to display].
2
Tap [Display all accounts]/
[docomo]/[Phone contacts].
When "Phone contacts" is set as a
saving location, "Phone contacts" is
used as a phonebook. (P.86)
・ When you set Google account etc.,
select an account to be displayed.
・ Tap [Customize...], select a checkbox for
each account, and then customize
display of the phonebook list screen.
1
・
Displaying phonebook entries by
group
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap [Groups].
2
Tap a group.
Phonebook entries are displayed by the
group set when the entry is registered.
・ To hide the group, tap [Close].
・
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap [Groups] and touch and
hold a phonebook entry to set a
group, and then drag it to any
group.
❖Information
To cancel group setting, on the phonebook list
screen (P.85), tap [Groups] and touch and hold a
phonebook entry you want to cancel the group
setting, and then drag it to set group.
・ When you set Google account etc., display groups by
account. You can set/cancel group in the same
account.
・
Creating a new group in Phonebook
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap [Groups]u[Add].
・
2
When "Add" is not displayed, flick on
groups to display.
Tap [docomo].
・
When you set Google account etc., you
can select it as an account to add.
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3
On the group addition screen,
enter color, icon, group name, and
tap [OK].
・
The items vary depending on the
account type.
❖Information
You can edit/delete newly created groups and
"Family"/"Friends"/"Company", which are saved by
default. To edit a group, touch and hold a group and
tap [Edit group], then enter group name etc. and tap
[OK]. To delete a group, touch and hold a group and
tap [Delete group], then tap [OK]. Phonebook entries
belonged to the deleted group move to the "No
group" tab.
・ You cannot add a group that has the same name as
existing groups.
・
Editing a phonebook entry
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap a phonebook entry to
edit.
2
3
On the profile screen, tap [Edit].
Select a required item and edit.
4
・
Tap [Add] to set phone number or mail
address, and tap
on "Others" and
[Add] to add information.
Tap [Save].
Registering a phonebook entry to
Favorites
You can mark a phonebook entry as a
favorite. The favorite list provides quick
access to the phonebook entry you have
marked.
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap a phonebook entry you
want to mark.
2
On the profile screen, tap
.
❖Information
Only phonebook entries saved to the docomo
account can be added to Favorites.
・ To save a phonebook entry to Favorites, alternatively,
tap [Groups] on the phonebook list screen (P.85) and
touch and hold a phonebook entry you want to save
to Favorites, then drag it onto "Favorites".
・ To display phonebook entries added to Favorites, on
the phonebook list screen, tap [Groups]u[Favorites],
or from the Home screen, tap
and then tap
[Favorites] tab.
・
Setting photo in a phonebook entry
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap a phonebook entry you
want to add a picture.
2
3
On the profile screen, tap [Edit].
Tap [Setting] for image.
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5
Tap [Take photo]/[Select picture].
・
After shooting a photo or selecting an
image, drag or pinch adjusting a
trimming frame to set range for
displaying image, and then tap [Crop].
You can also set photo to a phonebook entry by the
following operation.
From the Home screen, tap , then tap [Album].
Select an image you want to set and tap the screen
and , then tap [Use as]u[Photo of phonebook].
Select a phonebook entry you want to register, set
image range to be displayed, and then tap [Crop].
Setting ringtone
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap a phonebook entry to
set ringtone.
2
On the profile screen, tap
and
[Set ringtone].
Select a ringtone and tap [Done].
3
You can bind multiple phonebook entries
together into one.
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap a phonebook entry to
combine.
2
On the profile screen, tap
[Join/Separate].
Tap [Save].
❖Information
・
Combining phonebook entries
❖Information
To set a ringtone other than the ones stored by
default, tap .
・ Depending on the saving account, ringtone can be
set when saving a phonebook entry.
・
3
and
Phonebook entries to be combined are
displayed.
Tap the phonebook entry to
combine.
❖Information
・
To cancel binding, on the profile screen of the
phonebook, tap , then tap [Join/
Separate]u[Separate].
Deleting a phonebook entry
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap [Delete].
2
Mark the phonebook entry you
want to delete.
・
・
3
If you want to delete all phonebook
entries, tap [Select all].
Tap [Delete]u[OK].
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❖Information
・
To delete only an item of phonebook entry, on the
phonebook list screen (P.85), tap a phonebook entry
you want to delete and tap , then tap
[Delete]u[OK].
Checking My profile and editing
information
1
2
3
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap [My profile].
Tap [Edit].
On the My profile screen, enter
necessary information.
・
4
Tap [Add] to set phone number or mail
address, and tap [Set] to add SNS or
Blog account. Tap
in "Others", then
tap [Add] to add information.
Displaying SNS information in
phonebook
Set up SNS or Blog account to start/stop
Linking SNS function. Setting up Linking SNS
function allows you to browse messages for
SNS/Blog in "TimeLine" in the phonebook
entry list screen and post messages or
photos.
■
1
2
3
Tap [Edit], tap [Set] for "SNS・
Blog", and tap [OK].
Tap [Start right now] to register
accounts for SNS or Blog.
・
Tap [Save].
❖Information
■
You can register multiple phone numbers, mail
addresses, SNS/Blog accounts, etc. in My profile.
・ Name card data created with name card creator
application can be saved to My profile and the name
card data can be exchanged via network. When you
use for the first time, on the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap the [My profile] tab and [Create new] and
follow the onscreen instructions.
1
・
Starting
Tap [My profile] on the phonebook
list screen (P.85).
2
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions.
Stopping
Tap [My profile] on the phonebook
list screen (P.85).
Tap , tap [General
settings]u[Stop Linking to
SNS]u[Stop
service]u[Stop]u[Close].
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❖Information
❖Information
Alternatively, to start Linking to SNS, tap [TimeLine]
tab in the phonebook entry list screen (P.85) and tap
[Start right now] to register SNS/Blog account
information.
・ SNS information cannot be displayed for phonebook
entries saved in other than docomo account.
・ To display SNS information, from the phonebook
entry list screen (P.85), tap , tap [Others]uTap
[Linking to SNS settings] and select SNS account and
user to display and tap [End]. Or select entry in the
phonebook entry list screen (P.85) and tap [Edit] and
tap [Set] in [SNS・Blog], then select SNS account and
user and tap [End].
・
・
Sending phonebook entries via
infrared communication
1
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap
[Others]u[Send data(infrared)].
To send an entry, tap [Send one], select
entry to send then tap [OK]u[OK].
・ To send all phonebook entries, tap
[Send all] u Tap [Start], enter docomo
apps password, tap [OK], then enter the
same authentication password as that
of the recipient and tap [OK] u [OK] u
[OK].
・
When sending all phonebook entries via infrared
communication, you need to enter authentication
password an docomo apps password.
Authentication password is a 4-digit number fixed up
between you and other party in advance. For details
of docomo apps password, refer to "docomo apps
password" (P.134).
・ To activate infrared communication in a selected
phonebook entry, tap
in the profile screen,
[Infrared]u[OK]u[OK]. To send My profile, tap [My
profile] on the phonebook entry list screen (P.85), tap
, [Send via infrared]u[OK]u[OK]. If a name card is
stored in My profile, tapping [Send via infrared]
opens a screen to select [send my profile] or
[Exchange name card (via infrared)].
・ Phonebook entries can be sent using "Infrared" app.
For details, see "Sending data via infrared
communication" (P.155).
Sending phonebook via Bluetooth/
Email/Gmail
Registered phonebook and My profile
information can be sent using Bluetooth
function (P.156), or email attachment
function.
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1
2
Sending phonebook
Tap a phonebook entry you want
to send on the phonebook list
screen (P.85).
On the profile screen, tap
[Share].
and
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Select sending method and follow
the onscreen instructions.
■
Sending My profile
Tap [My profile] on the phonebook
list screen (P.85).
Tap
and [Share].
Select sending method and follow
the onscreen instructions.
1
2
3
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
To use Bluetooth function, turn on Bluetooth
function (P.156) in advance or select [Bluetooth] in
Step 3 then tap [Turn on].
If you want to send data as files attached to email/
Gmail, send from the compose screen for the mail
service in which you have set an account. When you
have not set a Gmail account, setup wizard appears.
You can create and send email after settings are
done.
Messaging (SMS) is not available.
You cannot send some information such as name
card data set in phonebook.
For sending all phonebook entries, see "Sharing
phonebook entry currently displayed" (P.93).
Sharing phonebook entry currently
displayed
1
2
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap
[Others]u[Import/Export].
Tap [Share phonebook data].
3
Select sending method and follow
the onscreen instructions.
・
If [Use by default for this action.]
checkbox is marked, application
selection screen will not appear for the
next time.
❖Information
If display conditions for phonebook (P.88) are set,
only phonebook entries to be displayed are
exported.
To use Bluetooth function, turn on Bluetooth
function (P.156) in advance or select [Bluetooth] in
Step 3 then tap [Turn on].
If you want to send data as files attached to email/
Gmail, send from the compose screen for the mail
service in which you have set an account. When you
have not set a Gmail account, setup wizard appears.
You can create and send email after settings are
done.
Messaging (SMS) is not available.
You cannot send some information such as name
card data set in phonebook.
・
・
・
・
・
Exporting/Importing
phonebook entries
You can export/import phonebook entries
from/to microSD card or docomo mini UIM
card. This is useful, for example, when you
want to transfer the contact information to
another phone.
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❖Information
・
You can also use a synchronization service for
synchronizing your phonebook. For details, refer to
"Setting Auto-sync" (P.137).
Exporting phonebook to microSD
card
1
2
3
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap
[Others]u[Import/Export].
Tap [Export to SD card].
Select a phonebook you want to
export.
Importing phonebook from microSD
card
1
2
3
5
❖Information
・
Alternatively, on the phonebook list screen, tap [My
profile] tab, then tap
and [General
settings]u[Data management]u[Export] to export
phonebook entries to microSD card.
When you set Google account etc.,
select an account.
Select vCard file you want to
import.
If there is only one file, vCard file
selection screen does not appear. The
file is imported immediately.
・ If a file has multiple phonebook entries,
they are imported all at once.
・ If there are two or more vCard files, tap
any of [Import one phonebook data]/
[Import multiple phonebook data]/
[Import all phonebook data] to select.
Tap to select any of [Export one contact
data]/[Export some contact data]/
[Export all contact data], then tap [OK].
・ When [Export one contact data]/
[Export some contact data] is selected
and tap [OK], select a contact you want
to export and tap [OK].
Select [Yes]/[No] to attach name
card.
Tap [OK].
・
・
・
4
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap
[Others]u[Import/Export].
Tap [Import from SD card].
4
Tap [OK].
・
If you select [Import one phonebook
data]/[Import multiple phonebook
data] and tap [OK], select vCard files to
import then tap [OK].
❖Information
・
For some phonebook entries, a part of data may not
be imported or exported.
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・
Alternatively, on the phonebook list screen, tap [My
profile] tab, then tap
and [General
settings]u[Data management]u[Import]u[Import
from SD card] to import phonebook entries from a
microSD card.
Importing phonebook entries from
docomo mini UIM card
1
2
3
On the phonebook list screen
(P.85), tap , then tap
[Others]u[Import/Export].
Tap [Import from SIM card].
・
When you set Google account etc.,
select an account.
To export phonebook entries to docomo mini UIM
card, use Xperia™ phonebook application. Note that
only name and the first phone number can be saved
because of memory space of docomo mini UIM card.
For some phonebook entries, a part of data may not
be exported.
・
Using SD card backup
An application to move or back up data of
phonebook, sp-mode mail, bookmark, etc.
using external memory such as microSD card.
For SD card backup, see "SD card backup"
(P.219).
To import one entry, tap an entry
you want to import.
To import all phonebook entries, tap
and [Import all phonebook data].
・ If there is a phonebook entry whose
name is matched with the imported
entry, the entry is imported as a
separated one.
・
❖Information
・
・
Names and phone numbers can be imported.
Alternatively, on the phonebook list screen, tap [My
profile] tab, then tap
and [General
settings]u[Data management]u[Import]u[Import
from SIM card] to import contacts from the docomo
mini UIM card.
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Mail/Web browser
sp-mode mail
Message (SMS)
Send/receive mails using DOCOMO mail
address (@docomo.ne.jp).
You can use pictogram and Deco-mail. Mails
can be received automatically. For details on
sp-mode mail, refer to " ご利用ガイドブック (sp
モード編 ) (Mobile Phone User's Guide [spmode]) (in Japanese only)".
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
.
Flick the screen, then tap [ ダウン
ロード (Download)].
・
After this step, follow the instructions
on the screen.
You can send and receive text messages up
to 70 two-byte characters (up to 160 onebyte characters) with a mobile phone
number as the destination.
Sending message (SMS)
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Messaging].
2
3
Tap
(New mail).
Tap , then mark a checkbox for
the other party to send to from the
contacts list.
❖Information
When the screen lock (P.142) is set to "Slide", a
notification icon for sp-mode mail reception can be
displayed on the unlock screen. For the setting to
show or hide icons, see "Setting information
displayed on the unlock screen" (P.128).
・ sp-mode mail data can be backed up in a microSD
card using "SD card backup". For information on
backing up, see "SD card backup" (P.219).
,
When you enter a name or phone
number in the box at the top of the
screen, a list of contacts beginning with
the entered numbers or letters appears.
・ You can input phone number directly
by tapping [To:].
・
・
4
5
Tap [Done].
Tap [Write message] and enter a
message.
・
Tap and [Select message template]
to enter by selecting texts from
templates registered in "Message
template settings" (P.98).
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・
6
When the number of entered
characters comes close to a limit, a
counter appears on the upper left of
the text box and you can check the
remaining entry space.
Tap [Send].
❖Information
For the character entry, see "Character entry" (P.40).
You can also send/receive text messages to/from
customers of overseas network operators. See
"Mobile Phone User's Guide [International Services]"
or the DOCOMO International Services website.
・ To send SMS to users of overseas network operators,
enter "+", "Country code" and then "the recipient
mobile phone number". Enter the phone number
without a leading "0", if any. You can also enter "010",
"Country code" and "the recipient mobile phone
number" to send messages (To reply to the received
SMS overseas, enter "010").
・
・
Receiving and reading message
(SMS)
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Messaging].
2
Tap someone whose messages you
want to read from the recipient
list.
・
A message (SMS) appears.
,
❖Information
When you receive a message (SMS),
appears on
the status bar. To read the message (SMS), drag the
status bar downward, tap an item of notified
message (SMS).
・ When the screen lock (P.142) is set to "Slide", a
notification icon for message (SMS) reception can be
displayed on the unlock screen. For the setting to
show or hide icons, see "Setting information
displayed on the unlock screen" (P.128).
・ Tap
/
in the message (SMS) to turn to
(yellow). From the Home screen, tap , then tap
and [Starred messages] to
[Messaging]uTap
quickly access to the mail you have marked.
・
Saving phone number of
message (SMS) to Contacts
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Messaging].
2
Select a thread whose phone
number you want to save.
Tap
and then [Add to Contacts].
Tap [Register new].
3
4
5
・
,
When you set Google account etc., you
can select an account to add.
Enter required items and tap
[Save].
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Setting message (SMS)
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Messaging].
2
Tap
・
Deleting a message (SMS)
,
and then [Settings].
You can set the following options.
Delivery report If you mark, a message (SMS) you
sent is marked each time a recipient
receives the message (SMS).
Notifications
Mark if you want to be notified by
the status bar when a new message
(SMS) arrives.
Notification
Set if you want to be notified by
tone
selected notification tone when a
new message arrives.
Notification
Set if you want to receive a
vibration
notification by vibration when a
new message arrives.
Notification
Mark to set to notify of reception by
light
notification LED when notification
setting is made.
SIM messages Manage messages (SMS) saved to
docomo mini UIM card.
Message
Register phrase that can be inserted
template
when writing a text.
settings
Push settings Set a message (SMS) sent from the
provider.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Messaging].
2
3
Tap a thread.
Touch and hold a message (SMS)
you want to delete.
Tap [Delete message]u[Yes].
4
,
Deleting a thread
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Messaging].
,
2
Touch and hold a thread you want
to delete.
3
Tap [Delete conversation]u[Yes].
Deleting all threads
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Messaging].
2
3
Tap
and tap [Delete several].
Tap [Mark all]u[Delete].
・
,
After tapping [Mark all], you can tap
individual thread to unmark. Tap
[Unmark all] to unmark all of the
threads.
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Email
・
・
You can create an email account provided by
mopera U mail, a POP3 or IMAP compatible
email account provided by general ISP
(provider), or an Exchange ActiveSync
account to send or receive email.
Making initial setting for Email
Email setup wizard appears. Set according
the onscreen instructions. Multiple email
accounts can be set.
1
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
2
Enter your email address and
password.
3
Tap [Next].
4
Select required items for account
setting and tap [Next].
・
・
,
Enter account name and displayed
name for email, and tap [Next].
Inbox for set email account appears.
If you set an Exchange ActiveSync
account, a name displayed for email
cannot be set. Set up from "Your name"
(P.103) on email account settings after
email initial settings is complete.
❖Information
If you need to make the settings manually, contact
your email service provider or system administrator
for the correct email account settings.
・ If you set an Exchange ActiveSync account as email
account, and if server manager sets Remote wipe,
the data saved in the terminal may be deleted. Data
stored in microSD card is not deleted.
・ Emails are not displayed in Timescape.
・
To make the email account settings
manually, tap [Manual setup] and
follow the onscreen instructions.
If a screen for selecting type of account
appears, tap an email account type and
follow the onscreen instructions to set.
Mail/Web browser
99
Creating and sending email
1
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
2
3
Tap
(Compose).
Enter the email address of
recipient.
,
Tap
to display the contacts list
screen to select from registered
contacts. When you enter a name or
email address in the box at the top of
the screen, a list of contacts beginning
with the entered numbers or letters
appears.
・ To Cc or Bcc, tap
and tap [Show Cc/
Bcc].
・ To enter multiple email addresses
directly, separate with a comma (,) and
then enter the next email address.
・
4
5
6
Enter a subject.
Enter a message.
To attach a file, tap
・
.
Record
Start the camera to record a video and
video
attach it.
Add sound WALKMAN : Select a saved music file.
Sound Recorder : Record a voice
message and attach it.
・
7
Image/video/music file up to 5MB can
be attached in Email.
Tap
(Send).
❖Information
When you want to save a mail as draft while creating
a mail, enter any of recipient, subject or message or
attach a file. If you do not enter or attach anything, a
mail is not saved as draft. (When only automatic
signature is attached, a mail is not saved as draft
either.)
・ While creating a mail, tap
and tap [Save draft] to
save a mail as draft. Also, when you move to the
other screen while creating an email, the email is
automatically saved as draft.
・ In sent/received emails, a communication data is also
included other than text and image displayed on the
screen and charges will apply to the data.
・ Email is handled as an email from a PC. You cannot
send or receive email if "Reject emails from PCs" is set
on a recipient terminal.
・
Attach a file in the following operations.
Add
Select a file from the saved image file list.
picture
Take photo Start the camera to take a photo and
attach it.
Add video Select a file from the saved video file list.
Mail/Web browser 100
1
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
・
,
If you have already set an email
account, tap [Inbox] to select an email
account to receive.
2
On the Inbox, tap
[Refresh].
3
Tap an email.
and tap
❖Information
The sender name of a received email is the name set
on sender's terminal.
・ If you set "Email notifications" in Account settings
(P.103) and set "Inbox check frequency" to an item
other than "Manual",
appears in the status bar
when you receive a new email. Drag the status bar
downwards to read the received email.
・ If you set "Inbox check frequency" in Account
settings (P.103) to an item other than "Manual", and if
you are using the pay-as-you-go data
communication, you may be charged every time you
check your email.
・ If you tap the address of a received email, you can
register it in Phonebook. If it has been already
registered, you can display the details of the entry.
・
Tap
(gray) to turn
(yellow) on the email list
screen or email message screen to add the marked
email to "Starred" folder on the email screen.
"Starred" folder is displayed when you tap [Inbox]
and [Show all folders]. From "Starred" folder, you can
quickly access to the mail you have marked.
If
is not displayed on the email message screen,
tap
to display.
・ When phone memory becomes low, a message
indicating low memory space appears and receiving
emails is not available. Delete saved emails etc. to
make available memory space.
・
Receiving and reading email
Changing Inbox view
1
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
2
Tap
and
[Settings]u[General]u[Preview
pane].
・
,
If you mark [Landscape], email message
preview can be displayed in landscape
view.
❖Information
・
If you have two or more accounts, change made in
any of the accounts applies to all accounts.
Mail/Web browser 101
Saving attachment file of email
1
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
2
Tap email and
3
Tap [Save] of file you want to save.
・
,
.
The attached file list is displayed.
When attached file is not loaded, tap
[Load].
・ Tap [View] to view the attached file.
Deleting email
・
❖Information
The attached file is saved on the internal storage.
・
When you reply or forward an email, the original
message contents for replying or forwarding is
quoted. To delete the quoted message text, unmark
"Include original text".
・ When you forward an email, the attachment file of
the original message is quoted. To cancel quoting
attached file, tap
.
・
1
2
3
Tap email and .
Tap any of [Reply]/[Reply all]/
[Forward].
4
Enter a message and tap
・
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
2
3
Tap an email delete.
Tap u[Yes].
,
❖Information
Replying/forwarding email
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
1
Touch and hold an email you want to delete and tap
[Delete]u[Yes] to delete.
・ To delete several emails at the same time, operate as
follows.
In Inbox, tap
and [Delete]uMark checkboxes on
the emails you want to deleteuTap [Delete]u[Yes].
・
,
.
When you select [Forward], enter an
email address to forward.
❖Information
・
Alternatively, touch and hold an email you want to
reply/forward and tap [Reply]/[Reply all]/[Forward] to
replay or forward.
Mail/Web browser 102
Changing Email account
settings
1
2
3
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
Tap
and [Settings].
,
Tap an Email account you want to
change the settings.
・
You can set the following options.
Change account name.
Change your name (sender name).
Change your signature.
Register phrase that can be inserted
when creating an email.
Default
Set to the default account to send
account
email, if you set two or more email
accounts.
Inbox check
Set whether to check new messages
frequency
automatically and intervals of
automatic check.
Auto download Set whether to download attached
attachments
file automatically when connecting
via Wi-Fi.
Email
Set whether to show email arrival
notifications
notification in the status bar.
Select ringtone Set ringtone when receiving an
email.
Vibrate
Set whether to vibrate when
receiving an email.
Notification
Set whether to notify email
light
reception by notification LED.
Account name
Your name
Signature
Quick reply
Incoming
Set mail server for receiving.
settings
Outgoing
Set mail server for sending.
settings
Delete account Delete Email account.
・
The items vary depending on the
account type.
❖Information
You can also set "Out of office", "Days to sync", "Sync
contacts", and "Sync calendar" for an Exchange
ActiveSync account. "Outgoing settings" cannot be
set.
・ If you set "Inbox check frequency" to other than
"Manual", and if you are using the pay-as-you-go data
communication, you may be charged every time you
check your email.
・ If you tap [General] in Step 2, you can change whole
"Email" application settings.
・
Mail/Web browser 103
Setting another Email account
1
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
2
Tap
and [Settings]u[ADD
ACCOUNT].
Enter your email address and
password.
3
・
4
5
If required, mark [Send email from this
account by default.] checkbox.
Tap [Next].
If you need to make the settings manually, contact
your email service provider or system administrator
for the correct email account settings.
・ If you set an Exchange ActiveSync account as email
account, and if server manager sets Remote wipe,
the data saved in the terminal may be deleted. Data
stored in microSD card is not deleted.
・ Tap [Inbox] to display a list of set accounts. Tap
[Combined view] to display combined Inbox for all
accounts.
・ Emails are not displayed in Timescape.
・
Deleting Email account
To make the email account settings
manually, tap [Manual setup] and
follow the onscreen instructions.
1
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
Enter required items for account
settings and tap [Next].
2
Tap
and [Settings]uTap an
account to delete.
Tap [Delete account]u[OK].
・
・
6
,
❖Information
If a screen for selecting type of account
appears, tap an email account type and
follow the onscreen instructions to set.
3
,
Enter account name and displayed
name for email, and tap [Next].
・
・
Inbox for set email account appears.
If you set an Exchange ActiveSync
account, a name displayed for email
cannot be set. Set up from "Your name"
(P.103) on email account settings after
email initial settings is complete.
Mail/Web browser 104
Using mopera U Mail
mopera U users (for the setting, see "Setting
mopera U" (P.124)) can use mopera U Mail.
In mopera U Mail, POP mail and IMAP mail are
available. The mail box supports 50MB. Also,
the Web mail system is available.
■
1
POP mail
From the Home screen, tap
and then tap [Email].
・
2
5
Select the security type.
6
7
Confirm the entry, then tap [Next].
Enter [mail.mopera.net] for the
SMTP server and confirm the entry
of [User name] and [Password] for
mopera U.
If you tap [Next] in Step 2, you need to
mark [Require sign–in] to check entered
[User name], [Password] for mopera U.
・ If you tap [Next] in Step 2,
"mail.mopera.net" is entered in the
SMTP server field. Set "587" in the Port
field.
If you already set an Email account, tap
and [Settings]u[ADD ACCOUNT].
If you tap [Next], it changes
automatically to POP3 account. Go to
Step 4.
3
Tap [POP3] from the type of the
mail account.
4
Check that you have entered [User
name] and [Password] for mopera
U correctly, and [mail.mopera.net]
for the POP3 server.
・
If you tap [Next] in Step 2,
"mail.mopera.net" is entered in the
SMTP server field.
When you do not set security, select
[None].
・
,
Enter mopera U mail address and
mopera U password, then tap
[Manual setup]/[Next].
・
・
8
9
Tap [Next].
On the account setting screen, set
frequency of checking emails etc.
and tap [Next].
10
On the account setting screen,
enter a display name for sending
mail and tap [Next].
・
The mailer is displayed and the set mail
account is available.
❖Information
・
When [Require sign-in.] is unmarked on the SMTP
server setting screen, sending mails is not available.
Mark [Require sign-in.].
Mail/Web browser 105
Gmail
Google Talk
If you have a Google account, you can send/
receive emails by using Gmail on your
terminal. If you have no Google account, see
"Setting Google account" (P.134).
❖Information
You can use Google Talk instant messaging to
chat with friends. To use Google Talk, you
need to make settings of your Google
account. For details, refer to "Setting Google
account" (P.134).
Gmail messages are not displayed in Timescape.
・
Refreshing Gmail
Signing in Google Talk
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Gmail].
2
On the Inbox tray, tap
・
,
.
Synchronizing "Gmail" application in
the terminal with your Gmail account
starts, and the Inbox is refreshed.
❖Information
・
Sign in and online chat
For details of Gmail, from the Gmail screen, tap
and then [Help] to refer to the Help with the Browser.
Signing in is unnecessary if you have already
set a Google account.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Talk].
2
Tap [Existing] and enter user name
and password.
Tap [Sign in].
3
・
,
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions.
❖Information
・
For details of Google Talk, from the Google Talk
screen, tap
and then [Help] to refer to the Help
with the Browser.
Mail/Web browser 106
Early Warning "Area Mail"
It is a service with which you can receive
earthquake early warning, etc. delivered by
the Meteorological Agency.
・ Area Mail is a free service for which
subscription is not required.
・ Area Mail cannot be received in the following
case.
- During a voice call
- Out of service area
- While power is off
- During International roaming
- During Airplane mode
- While updating software
- When a SIM other than by DOCOMO is
inserted
- While sending/receiving a message (SMS)
・ Area Mail may not be received when
tethering is set or during packet
communications.
・ Area Mail that could not be received cannot
be received later.
Receiving Early Warning "Area
Mail"
A notification content screen appears and
you are notified by buzzer sound/dedicated
ringtone and vibration.
1
2
Receive Area Mails automatically.
A dedicated ring tone sounds and
notification LED flashes when an
Area Mail is received.
Ringtone and ringtone volume cannot
be changed.
・ The notification LED blinks only when
backlight is off.
・
3
A message body of Area Mail
appears automatically.
View received Area Mail later
1
2
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Area Mail].
Select an Area Mail from the Area
Mail list.
・
You can view message of Area Mail.
Mail/Web browser 107
Setting Early Warning "Area
Mail"
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Area Mail].
Tap
and then [Settings].
Receive
setting
Beep tone
Web browser
Opening Browser
,
1
1
Tap the address entry field on the
top of the web page in the Browser
screen.
・
2
Area Mail cannot be set when docomo mini UIM card
is not inserted.
・
3
If web page address entry field is not
displayed, flick down the screen to
display.
Enter the web page address or
keyword to be searched for.
❖Information
・
.
Moving to a web page
Set whether to receive Area Mails.
Set sounding time for Area Mail
reception and whether to sound a
dedicated ringtone even in silent
mode.
Check screen Check the ringtone and screen for
image and
reception of earthquake early warning,
beep tone
tsunami warning or disaster/
evacuation information.
Other
Set receiving/deleting Area Mail.
settings
From the Home screen, tap
As you enter an address or characters,
retrieved web pages list appears.
Tap the displayed candidates list
or
.
・
You can move the web page.
❖Information
・
You can tap to enter search words by voice and
search a web page.
Going back to the previous page
1
Tap x.
Mail/Web browser 108
Exiting Browser
1
Tap y.
Displaying web page
Adding a new tab
❖Information
・
Web pages created to fit to the screen cannot be
zoomed in/out.
Searching text in a web page
1
・
Open multiple tabs and view website.
1
While viewing a web page, tap
and tap .
・
A new tab opens in the default home
page.
Switching tabs
1
On the Browser screen, tap
and
then tap a tab you want to display.
Closing a tab
1
On the Browser screen, tap
and
then tap
of a tab to close.
Zooming in/out a web page
To zoom in/out a webpage, perform any of
the following operations.
・ Double-tap at the point you want to zoom in/
out.
・ Pinch-out at the point you want to zoom in or
pinch-in at the point you want to zoom out.
While viewing a web page, tap
and tap [Find on page].
2
The search bar appears in the upper
part of the screen.
Enter the search item.
・
When you enter characters, matching
characters are emphasized.
Back to the previous matched item
Go to next matched item
3
Tap
to close the search bar.
Copying text in a web page
1
While viewing a web page, touch
and hold text you want to copy.
・
2
Drag or to select a range of
text to copy.
・
3
For link set text, touch and hold it and
then tap [Select text].
Selected text is highlighted in blue.
Tap
・
.
After copying text is completed, a
message "Text copied to clipboard."
appears.
Mail/Web browser 109
4
Touch and hold the entry field on
the pasting location, and tap
[PASTE].
❖Information
・
On some web pages, selecting characters may not
be available.
Adjusting Browser settings
1
On the Browser screen, tap
and
[Settings] to select an item for the
Browser.
Setting a home page
Set home page for opening new tab.
1
On the Browser screen, tap
and
then [Settings]u[General]u[Set
homepage] and select a home
page setting option.
Operating links
Operating links in web pages
1
2
Open the web page you want to
operate the links.
Tap a link.
The links get enclosed in a blue box
when selected.
・ If you touch and hold a link, the menus,
"Open", "Open in new tab", "Save link",
"Copy link URL" and "Select text" appear.
When you touch and hold an image or
a link that contains image, "Save image",
"View image" and "Set as wallpaper"
also appear.
・ Browser recognizes some phone
numbers that allow you to call the
phone number. Tap the phone number
to call.
・ When you download a file by "Save link"
from websites which require Basic
authentication or SSL session, the
downloading may be failed.
・
Mail/Web browser 110
Checking browsing history
Managing bookmarks and
history
You can check history and store many
bookmarks on the terminal.
1
On the Browser screen, tap
and
tap [Bookmarks]u[History] tab.
2
Tap the time you browsed the web
page, such as [Today], [Yesterday],
etc.
Bookmarking a web page
1
On the Browser screen, display the
web page you want to bookmark.
2
3
Tap
and [Save to bookmarks].
Set label etc. and tap [OK].
・
Set a name displayed to the bookmark.
Set URL saved to the bookmark.
When you set Google account etc., you
can select the account as a bookmark
saving location.
Add a shortcut of the bookmark on the
Home screen or create a folder.
・
On the Browser screen, tap
[Bookmarks].
2
Tap the bookmark you want to
open.
・
and
On the Browser screen, touch and hold x to
check the history.
Clearing history
1
On the Browser screen, tap
and
tap [Bookmarks]u[History] tab.
2
Tap a time when you viewed, touch
and hold a history you want to
delete, then tap [Remove from
history].
Opening a bookmark
1
To open the web page, tap an item.
To check your most visited web pages,
tap [Most visited].
❖Information
You can set the following options.
Label
Address
Account
Add to
・
・
❖Information
・
To clear temporary internet files such as cache, on
the Browser screen, tap
and [Settings], then from
the "Privacy & security", set each item.
Touch and hold a bookmark to edit or
delete it.
Mail/Web browser 111
Settings
Wi-Fi
Viewing the setting menu
1
■
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Settings].
,
Setting menu
WIRELESS & NETWORKS
DEVICE
PERSONAL
SYSTEM
P.112
P.125
P.134
P.146
❖Information
・
Alternatively, from the Home screen, tap
and
u[Settings], or open the notification panel and
tap
to display the Settings screen.
Wireless & networks
You can make settings related to networks
such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth function.
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
Data usage
More...
Airplane mode
VPN
Tethering & portable
hotspot
Wi-Fi Direct
Location-based Wi-Fi
Mobile networks
P.112
P.117, P.156
P.117
P.118
P.119
P.120
P.122
P.122
P.122, P.226
Using the Wi-Fi function, you can connect to
an access point for your home, company
network or public wireless LAN services to
use mail and Internet.
・ Even when Wi-Fi is on, packet communication
is available. However, while you connect Wi-Fi
network, Wi-Fi comes first.
・ When a Wi-Fi network is disconnected,
connection is automatically switched to a "LTE
(preferred)/WCDMA/GSM" network. Note that
packet communication fee applies if network
connection stays switched.
・ Turn the Wi-Fi function to off when you do
not use Wi-Fi to cut battery power
consumption.
Before using Wi-Fi
To use Wi-Fi, turn on Wi-Fi and search
available Wi-Fi network, then connect it.
・ To access the Internet using Wi-Fi, connect to
Wi-Fi network in advance.
❖Information
・
Make sure to receive enough signal strength for
using Wi-Fi. The signal strength of the Wi-Fi network
varies by the location of the terminal. Moving closer
to the Wi-Fi router might enhance the signal
strength.
Settings 112
■
Reception interference caused by
Bluetooth devices
Bluetooth devices and wireless LAN
(IEEE802.11b/g/n) devices use the same
frequency band (2.4GHz). If you use
Bluetooth devices near a wireless LAN
device, reception interference may occur or
the communications speed may lower.
Also, you may hear noise or have a
connection problem. Communication may
be interrupted or sound may be lost while
streaming data, etc. In these cases, do the
following:
・ Keep the terminal and Bluetooth device
to be connected wirelessly 10 or more
meters away from a wireless LAN device.
・ Within 10 meters, turn off the Bluetooth
device to be connected.
■
5.3GHz
band
5.6GHz
band
5GHz device cautions
The following channel numbers and
frequency bands are available in Japan.
5.2GHz
band
Channel number Frequency band
(Ch)
(MHz)
36
5,180
38
5,190
40
5,200
44
5,220
46
5,230
48
5,240
・
Channel number Frequency band
(Ch)
(MHz)
52
5,260
54
5,270
56
5,280
60
5,300
62
5,310
64
5,320
100
5,500
102
5,510
104
5,520
108
5,540
110
5,550
112
5,560
116
5,580
118
5,590
120
5,600
124
5,620
126
5,630
128
5,640
132
5,660
134
5,670
136
5,680
140
5,700
5GHz wireless LAN device is prohibited to
use outdoor by Law.
Settings 113
Turning on Wi-Fi
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap
of Wi-Fi or drag it to the
right.
❖Information
・
It may take a few seconds before the Wi-Fi
connection is on.
Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Wi-Fi].
・
2
Available Wi-Fi networks are displayed.
The available networks may be open or
secured. This is indicated by
or
next to the Wi-Fi network name.
Select Wi-Fi network you want to
connect, tap [Connect].
・
If you are trying to connect to a
protected Wi-Fi network, you are asked
to enter the security key for that Wi-Fi
network before you can connect to it.
❖Information
The next time you connect to a Wi-Fi network, the
security key is saved in the terminal.
・ If you enter a wrong password (security key) when
selecting an access point to connect, any of the
following appears.
- Saved, Secured with WEP
- Avoided poor Internet connection*
- Authentication problem
- Limited connectivity
* It may take 5 minutes or more to display the
message after [Connect] is tapped.
Check a password (security key).
When any of above messages appears even if you
enter a correct password (security key), the correct IP
address may not have been acquired. Check the
signal status and reconnect.
・ To connect Wi-Fi network with WPS compatible
device, on the Settings menu screen (P.112), tap [WiFi] and select a Wi-Fi network to connect and mark
[Show advanced options]. Set appeared WPS item to
"Push button", tap [Connect] and then push WPS
button on the WPS compatible device.
・
Settings 114
■
Wi-Fi network status icons on status
bar
The following icons appear according to the
Wi-Fi network connection status.
Appears when connected to Wi-Fi network.
Appears when communicating via Wi-Fi network.
Appears when connected to Wi-Fi network using
Auto IP function.
Appears when any open network within the
service area is detected.*
* Without connected to Wi-Fi network, you need to set
Wi-Fi Network notification to on beforehand. (P.115)
Disconnecting a Wi-Fi network
Setting the Wi-Fi network notification
to ON
1
Confirm Wi-Fi is ON and from the
Settings screen (P.112), tap [Wi-Fi].
2
3
Tap
and [Advanced].
Mark [Network notification]
checkbox.
Scanning for Wi-Fi networks
manually
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Wi-Fi].
Tap [Scan].
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Wi-Fi].
2
2
Tap the Wi-Fi network that you are
currently connected to.
3
3
Tap [Forget network].
Adding a Wi-Fi network manually
Wi-Fi network status
When you are connected to a Wi-Fi network
or when there are Wi-Fi networks available in
your vicinity, you can see the status of these
Wi-Fi networks. You can also set the terminal
to notify you when an unsecured Wi-Fi
network is detected.
・
Scanning Wi-Fi networks starts.
Tap a Wi-Fi network in the list to
connect to it.
You need to turn on the Wi-Fi setting
beforehand. (P.114)
1
2
3
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Wi-Fi].
Tap [Add network].
Enter a network SSID of the Wi-Fi
network you want to add.
Settings 115
4
Tap [Security] field and tap a
security type of the Wi-Fi network
you want to add.
・
4 options, "None", "WEP", "WPA/WPA2
PSK", or "802.1x EAP", appear.
5
If required, enter security
information for the Wi-Fi network
you want to add.
6
Tap [Save].
Viewing detailed information on a
connected Wi-Fi network
Wi-Fi sleep policy
By changing Wi-Fi sleep policy, you can
choose to disable the Wi-Fi function in the
terminal when the screen backlight turns off.
You can also set the terminal to always turn
on the Wi-Fi function or to turn it on when
the terminal is charged.
❖Information
・
When a Wi-Fi network is disconnected, connection is
automatically switched to a LTE/3G/GPRS network.
Adding a Wi-Fi sleep policy
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Wi-Fi].
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Wi-Fi].
2
Tap the Wi-Fi network that you are
currently connected to.
2
3
4
5
Tap .
Tap [Advanced].
Tap [Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep].
Tap any of [Always]/[Only when
plugged in]/[Never (increases data
usage)].
・
The detailed network information is
displayed.
❖Information
・
From the Settings screen (P.112), tap [Wi-Fi] and ,
then tap [Advanced] to enable/disable Auto IP
support or check "MAC address" and "IP address".
Settings 116
Bluetooth
Connect Bluetooth device wirelessly using
Bluetooth function. For Bluetooth
communication, see "Using Bluetooth
function" (P.156).
Setting data usage limit
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Data usage].
2
Tap [Set mobile data limit] and
read the notes, and then tap [OK].
・
Data usage
Enable/Disable data communication or set
data usage limit.
❖Information
・
You can check communication volume for each
application. For some applications, the settings can
be displayed.
Turning on data communication
1
2
3
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Data usage].
Tap
of Mobile data or drag
it to the right.
[Set mobile data limit] is marked.
❖Information
Note that data communication will be disabled
when data usage volume reaches to the limit.
・ Change the setting value for data usage limit and the
value for alert by dragging the right end of each bar
in the graph.
・
Setting Data usage cycle
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Data usage].
2
Tap a period set in "Data usage
cycle" or [Change cycle...].
・
When you tap [Change cycle...], select
reset date and tap [Set].
Read the note and tap [Yes].
Settings 117
Permitting data roaming
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Data usage].
2
Tap
and then [Data roaming],
read the notes and then tap [OK].
・
[Data roaming] checkbox is marked.
Restricting background data
You need to set mobile data restriction
beforehand.(P.117)
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Data usage].
2
Tap
and [Restrict background
data], then read the notes and
then tap [OK].
・
[Restrict background data] checkbox is
marked.
Displaying Wi-Fi usage status
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Data usage].
2
Tap
and mark [Show Wi-Fi
usage].
・
Airplane mode
In this mode, the functions of using radio
wave transmissions such as calling, accessing
to the Internet (including sending/receiving
mails), etc. are disabled. It is useful when you
want to operate the terminal with no
interruption of incoming calls or mails.
Turning on Airplane mode
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...].
2
Mark [Airplane mode] checkbox.
・
When you unmark [Airplane mode]
checkbox, the Airplane mode turns off.
❖Information
You can also switch on/off by pressing and holding
p for over a second and then [Airplane mode] in
the pop-up screen.
・ Even if Airplane mode is on, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
function can be turned on.
・
"Wi-Fi" tab is displayed and tap it to
check Wi-Fi usage condition.
Settings 118
Connecting to a VPN (Virtual
Private Network)
Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a technology
to connect to the information in a protected
local network from another network.
Generally, VPNs are provided to companies,
schools and other facilities. A user can access
to the information in the local network from
outside of the premises.
To set up a VPN access from the terminal, you
need to retrieve the information related to
security from your network administrator. For
details, refer to http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/
support/ (in Japanese only).
4
❖Information
・
Added VPNs can be edited or deleted.
To edit VPNs, touch and hold a VPN you want to
change, then tap [Edit network]. Change the VPN
settings as required and tap [Save].
To delete, touch and hold a VPN you want to delete,
then tap [Delete network].
Connecting to a VPN
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[VPN].
2
3
Tap a VPN to connect to.
If the dialog box appears, enter the
desired authentication
information and tap [Connect].
❖Information
・
Tap [Save].
If you set sp-mode as an ISP, you cannot use PPTP.
・
Adding a VPN
Set the unlock method for the screen lock in
advance. For details, refer to "Setting screen
unlock method" (P.142).
When you are connected to a VPN,
appears in the status bar. When you are
disconnected, the notification
indicating to return to the VPN setting
screen appears, so that you can
reconnect to.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[VPN].
Disconnecting a VPN
2
3
Tap [Add VPN network].
When an editing screen is
displayed, follow the instruction of
the network administrator to set
required items of VPN settings.
1
Open the Notification panel, and
tap the VPN connecting
notification.
2
Tap [Disconnect].
Settings 119
Using tethering function
Tethering stands for using mobile devices
such as smartphone as modem to allow USB
compatible devices or wireless LAN devices
to access the Internet.
❖Information
Packet communication charge when using tethering
varies depending on the charging plan you use.
Subscription of packet flat-rate service is highly
recommended.
・ For details on usage charge, etc., refer to
http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/ .
・ For details on tethering, from the Settings screen
(P.112), tap [More...]u[Tethering & portable
hotspot]u[Help] to refer.
Setting USB tethering
Connecting the terminal to a USB compatible
PC with microUSB cable, and using the
terminal as a modem, you can connect the
PC to the Internet.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]uTap [Tethering &
portable hotspot].
2
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable (P.29).
・
・
3
4
When you connect microUSB cable for
the first time, the driver software for the
terminal is installed to a PC. Wait for a
while until installation is completed.
After completion, if a confirmation
screen for installation of PC Companion
software appears, tap [Skip].
Tap [USB tethering].
Confirm details of the cautions
displayed, tap [OK].
・
[USB tethering] is marked.
❖Information
・
System requirements (OS) for USB tethering are as
follows.
- Microsoft Windows 7
- Microsoft Windows Vista
- Microsoft Windows XP*
- Linux
* For Microsoft Windows XP, installation of PC
Companion is required.
Settings 120
Setting up a portable Wi-Fi hotspot
Setting Wi-Fi tethering
You can use the terminal as a Wi-Fi access
point to connect up to 10 wireless LAN
devices to the Internet simultaneously.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Tethering &
portable hotspot].
2
3
Tap [Portable Wi-Fi hotspot].
Confirm details of the cautions
displayed, tap [OK].
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Tethering &
portable hotspot].
2
3
Tap [Configure Wi-Fi hotspot].
Enter a network SSID of the Wi-Fi
access point to set.
・
4
By default, "Xperia GX SO-05D_XXXX" is
set.
Tap [Security] field and tap a
security type of Wi-Fi access point
to set.
・
"None", "WPA PSK" and "WPA2 PSK"
appear.
5
Enter security information of the
Wi-Fi access point to set as
required.
6
Tap [Save].
・
[Portable Wi-Fi hotspot] is marked.
❖Information
If USB tethering starts while connecting to Wi-Fi
network, Wi-Fi network is disconnected and
automatically connected when Wi-Fi tethering ends.
Alternatively, when the terminal and DLNA device
are connected via Wi-Fi network, starting/ending WiFi tethering affects Wi-Fi connection.
・ USB tethering and Wi-Fi tethering can be used at the
same time.
・
❖Information
・
By default, the password is set at random. You can
change the password as desired.
Settings 121
Using Wi-Fi Direct function
You can connect among the devices
compatible with Wi-Fi Direct via Wi-Fi even
without configuring access point.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Wi-Fi Direct].
When the Wi-Fi setting is on, the note
appears. Read the note and tap [OK].
・ [Wi-Fi Direct] is marked.
・
❖Information
Setting an access point
An access point for connecting to the
Internet (sp-mode, mopera U) is already
registered. You can add or change it if
necessary.
By default, sp-mode (P.124) is set for the usual
access point.
Checking the access point you use
1
To use the Wi-Fi Direct function, you need an
application compatible with Wi-Fi Direct function.
The function becomes available when you install a
compatible application.
・
Using Location-based Wi-Fi
Connect to Wi-Fi within only neighboring
place you registered to reduce the battery
power consumption.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Location-based WiFi].
2
Tap
of Location-based WiFi or drag it to the right.
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Mobile
networks]u[Access Point Names].
・
・
Available access points (APN) appear.
It is recommended that you use the
displayed access point without editing.
❖Information
・
If you have several available connections, a marked
radio button to the right indicates the active network
connection.
When Wi-Fi network is not registered,
tap [Set up Wi-Fi] to connect to Wi-Fi.
(P.114)
・
Settings 122
Setting an access point additionally
1
2
3
4
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Mobile
networks]u[Access Point Names].
Tap .
Tap [New APN].
Tap [Name], enter a name and tap
[OK].
5
Tap [APN] and enter the access
point name and tap [OK].
6
Tap and enter all other
information required by your
network operator.
7
Tap
Using block access point change
function
Set to prevent changing access point
automatically.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Mobile networks].
2
Mark [Block access point change]
checkbox.
❖Information
This function is enabled by default. If disabled, access
point is changed automatically and unexpected
charges may apply.
・ Some applications you installed may not be
operated correctly when this function is enabled.
・
and [Save].
❖Information
Do not change the MCC/MNC. If you change MCC/
MNC to other than the default value (440/10), the
settings do not appear on the APNs screen. When
the MCC/MNC settings do not appear on the APNs
screen, tap
to make APN settings with [Reset to
default] or [New APN] again.
・ Note that, when using the prediction conversion by
one-byte alphabet entry mode (English mode) with
mark in [Auto space] (P.55) on Japanese keyboard
settings screen, spaces may be entered automatically
when the prediction option is confirmed. In this case,
delete spaces.
・
Settings 123
Initializing an access point
By initializing an access point, the default
state is restored.
1
2
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Mobile
networks]u[Access Point Names].
Tap
and tap [Reset to default].
sp-mode
sp-mode is ISP for NTT DOCOMO
smartphone. In addition to accessing
Internet, you can use the mail service using
the same address as imode mail
(@docomo.ne.jp), etc. sp-mode is a service
requiring subscription. For details on spmode, refer to NTT DOCOMO website.
mopera U
mopera U is ISP of NTT DOCOMO's Internet
connection. If you have subscribed to
mopera U, you can use Internet after making
the simple settings. mopera U is a service
requiring subscription.
Setting mopera U
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [More...]u[Mobile
networks]u[Access Point Names].
2
Mark [mopera U]/[mopera U 設定
(mopera U settings)] radio button.
・
Return to the Home screen and open
the Browser. You can enjoy the nice
Internet access.
❖Information
・
"mopera U 設定 (mopera U settings)" is an access
point for setting mopera U. When you use the access
point for setting mopera U, packet communication
charges for setting do not apply. Note that you can
set only the initial setting screen or the change
setting screen. For details on mopera U settings, refer
to mopera U website.
Settings 124
Device
Adjusting each sound volume
1
Call settings
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Sound]u[Volumes].
・
You can use the network services and search
for available networks. For Call settings, see
"Call settings" (P.84).
Sound
2
Set audio playback level
enhancement technology
("xLOUD") to enjoy powerful
sounds with the built-in speaker
when playing WALKMAN, YouTube,
Album, etc.
Volumes
P.125
Silent mode
P.126
Phone ringtone P.126
Default
P.126
notification
Vibrate on ring P.126
Dial pad touch P.126
tones
Touch sounds
P.126
Screen lock
Set whether to emit sound for
sound
unlocking the screen lock.
Vibrate on touch Set whether to vibrate the terminal
for some operations such as
specified software key operation.
xLOUD™
Drag the slider left or right to
adjust the level.
・
Set ringtones, operation sound, vibrator, etc.
3
Adjust the volume of following items.
- Music, video, games, & other media
- Ringtone & notifications
- Alarms
Drag the slider to the left for volume
down, or to the right for volume up.
Tap [OK].
❖Information
・
Even if alarm volume is set in Volumes, "Alarm
volume" set in "Alarm & clock" (P.216) is given priority.
Adjusting the ringtone volume with
the volume key
1
From the Home screen, press up or
down of m.
・
The volume adjustment bar appears,
you can adjust the volume up or down.
❖Information
・
You can also press m or p to mute the
ringtone for an incoming call.
Settings 125
Setting Silent mode
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Sound]u[Silent mode].
2
Tap any of [Off]/[Vibrate]/[Mute].
❖Information
You can also set the Silent mode by pressing and
holding p for over a second and then tap
/
in the pop-up screen. Set Mute (ringtone volume
0) by tapping
or set Vibration by tapping
.
・ Setting the phone to Silent mode does not mute
sounds for shutter, playback of video or music, alarm,
etc. Note that volume up for "Ringtone &
notifications" in Volumes (P.125) cancels Silent mode.
・
Setting a ringtone
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Sound]u[Phone ringtone].
2
Select a ringtone and tap [Done].
❖Information
You can set voice file in ".wav", ".m4a" or in other
format which is transferred from Media Go (P.153) or
downloaded from the Internet as a ringtone.
・ To set a ringtone other than the ones stored by
default, tap .
・
Selecting a notification ringtone
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Sound]u[Default
notification].
2
Select a ringtone and tap [Done].
❖Information
・
To set a notification other than the ones stored by
default, tap .
Setting vibration when receiving a
call
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Sound]uMark [Vibrate on
ring].
・
Ringtone sounds and the terminal
vibrates when there is an incoming call.
Setting touch tones to ON
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Sound].
2
Mark [Dial pad touch tones] and
[Touch sounds].
・
If you unmark them, any operation
tones do not sound when you tap.
❖Information
・
"Dial pad touch tones" is a sound for operations on
the dial pad. "Touch sounds" is a sound for selecting
menu.
Settings 126
To set the key sound of software keyboard, select a
type of software keyboard (P.53) to set.
・
Display
Set brightness, orientation of the screen, etc.
To view photos or movies
colorfully and beautifully, set
image quality improving
procedure (Mobile BRAVIA
Engine). It adjusts contrast, color
shade, etc.*
Brightness
P.127
Wallpaper
P.63
Auto-rotate screen P.38
Sleep
P.127
Font size
Set font size.
Theme
Set a background for the Home
screen, Settings screen, etc.
Lock screen
P.128
settings
Adjusting the screen brightness
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Display]u[Brightness].
2
Drag the slider to the right or left.
3
Tap [OK].
Mobile BRAVIA
Engine
* Setting Mobile BRAVIA Engine improves image
quality when using Xperia™ application.
・
Drag the slider to the left for dimmer
screen, or to the right for brighter
screen.
❖Information
・
Mark [Adapt to lighting conditions] to adjust
brightness automatically according to the ambient
brightness with reference to the manually set
brightness.
Adjusting the idle time before the
screen turns off
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Display]u[Sleep].
2
Select a time option before the
screen back light turns off.
❖Information
・
To turn the screen back light off immediately, press
p.
Settings 127
Setting information displayed on the
unlock screen
Yon can set information displayed on the
unlock screen (P.31). To display information,
set unlocking method of the screen lock to
"Slide".
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Display]u[Lock screen
settings].
■ Displaying notification
Mark [Missed calls]/[New sp-mode mails]/
[New messages]/[New emails]/[Calendar
events].
・ By default, "Missed calls", "New spmode mails" and "New messages" are
marked.
・ When you log in to Facebook and set
"Facebook inside Xperia™" (P.136),
"Facebook notifications" checkbox
appears. Mark the checkbox to display a
notification information for new
message of Facebook on the unlock
screen. (Notifications such as "Friend
Requests", "Event Invitation", etc. are not
displayed.)
■ Hiding detailed information on
notification
Mark [Privacy] checkbox.
・ Notification and a number of messages,
calls, etc. are displayed while
information on the other party or
message contents are not displayed.
■ Changing shortcuts of applications
Tap [Application shortcuts]u[Add new
shortcut]/[Contacts]/[Messaging]/
[Search] and select the application you
want to change.
・ By default, "Contacts", "Messaging" and
"Search" are set, which can be
customized.
・ Flick right around date and time
displayed on the unlock screen to
display a shortcut for the preset
application, or flick left to display
WALKMAN widget. You can activate the
application or play music without
unlocking screen lock. You cannot
replace the WALKMAN widget.
■ Changing wallpaper
Tap [Wallpaper]u[Album]/[Xperia™
wallpapers].
・ For setting procedure, see Step 2 (P.63)
in "Changing wallpaper".
Settings 128
■ Displaying Machi-chara
Mark [Machi-chara] and tap [OK].
・ Set "Machi-chara" widget on the Home
screen in advance. For setting
procedure, see "Adding a widget to the
Home screen" (P.62).
・ If [Machi-chara] is marked, three
checkboxes or less can be marked for
Notification (P.128).
Storage
Check memory volume of the phone
memory, internal storage, microSD card, and
USB storage. And you can delete data in the
internal storage, microSD card and USB
storage and format.
USB storage is an external memory such as a
microSD card connected to the terminal
using commercially available reader/writer
cable.
PHONE MEMORY
Total space
Check the phone memory for apps,
available space, etc.
INTERNAL STORAGE
Check memory space for Apps,
Total space
Pictures, videos, Audio (music,
ringtones, podcasts, etc.) and
available space.
Clear internal P.130
storage
SD CARD
Total space
Check available memory space etc.
of microSD card.
Unmount SD Cancel connection of microSD card
card*
to remove it safely.
Mount SD card* Have microSD card recognized.
Erase SD card P.130
USB STORAGE
Total space
Check available memory space of
USB storage.
Settings 129
Unmount USB
storage*
Mount USB
storage*
Clear USB
storage
Cancel connection of USB storage
to remove it safely.
Have USB storage recognized.
Formatting microSD card
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Storage].
P.130
2
Tap [Erase SD card]u[Erase SD
card].
* Display changes depending on condition of USB
storage or microSD card recognition.
❖Information
・
Note that when available memory of internal storage
becomes 32KB or less, microSD card cannot be
mounted.
・
3
Enter your screen unlock method as
required.
Tap [Erase everything].
❖Information
・
Formatting microSD card deletes all the data in it.
Formatting the internal storage of the Formatting USB storage
terminal
Insert external memory such as a microSD
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Storage].
2
Tap [Clear internal storage]uTap
[Clear internal storage].
・
3
Enter your screen unlock method as
required.
Tap [Erase everything].
❖Information
・
Formatting the terminal deletes all the data in it.
card into commercially available reader/
writer cable and connect the cable to the
terminal in advance.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Storage].
2
Tap [Clear USB storage]u[Erase].
3
Tap [Erase everything].
・
Enter your screen unlock method as
required.
❖Information
・
Formatting USB storage (external memory such as
microSD card) deletes all the data in it.
Settings 130
Increasing the available memory of
the terminal
If the terminal has a small memory, you can
perform the following operations to increase
available memory.
・ In the browser, you can clear all temporary
Internet files and browser history information.
For details, refer to "Clearing history" (P.111).
・ Uninstall programs that you no longer use. For
details, refer to "Deleting installed application"
(P.132).
Battery
Display battery usage data, remaining
battery level, available usage time against
the remaining battery level, etc.
Tap to update the information.
Apps
Manage and delete installed applications,
display memory usage condition, etc. or
change the settings.
Viewing permitted operation of the
applications in the terminal
You can check functions which are permitted
to access to each application in the progress
of performing, such as network
communication function or location
information function of the terminal.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Apps].
2
3
Tap an application to view.
Flick the screen up to view
permitted operations.
・
If all permitted operations do not
appear, tap [Show all].
Settings 131
Shutting down an application
Deleting installed application
If a pop-up window that indicates the
application does not reply appears, you can
force quit the application.
・
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Apps].
2
3
4
Tap an application to force-quite.
Tap [Force stop].
Read the cautions displayed, tap
[OK].
❖Information
・
When you do not want to force stop the application,
tap [Cancel] and wait for a reply of the application.
Deleting all data of the application
・
Before deleting all installed application data,
back up contents related to the application
that you want to save including data saved in
the application.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Apps].
2
Tap an application to delete the
data.
3
4
Tap [Clear data].
Read the cautions displayed, tap
[OK].
Before deleting installed application, back up
contents related to the application that you
want to save including data saved in the
application.
・ Some applications cannot be deleted.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Apps].
2
3
4
5
Tap an application to be deleted.
Tap [Uninstall].
Tap [OK].
When uninstallation is completed,
tap [OK].
❖Information
Some applications pre-installed in the terminal
cannot be uninstalled. For applications which cannot
be uninstalled, disabling is possible (P.133).
・ Applications can be deleted from the Application
screen. For details, refer to "Uninstalling an
application" (P.73).
・
Settings 132
Disabling application
You can disable some applications which
cannot be uninstalled or services. Disabled
applications are not displayed on the
Application screen and you cannot execute
them, but they are not uninstalled.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Apps].
2
3
4
5
Tap [All].
Tap an application to be disabled.
Tap [Disable].
Read the cautions displayed, tap
[OK].
・
To enable again, tap [Enable].
❖Information
・
When you disabled an application, some other
applications linked to the disabled application may
not be operated correctly. Enable the disabled
application again to operate them correctly.
Deleting cache of the application
1
2
3
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Apps].
Tap an application to delete cache.
Tap [Clear cache].
Deleting settings for activating the
application
You can delete settings for activating the
application and restore to the default.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Apps].
2
Tap an application to delete its
settings.
3
Tap [Clear defaults].
Xperia™
Set preferred application in the terminal. You
can also set synchronization function for
Facebook in the terminal, make settings for
USB connection or Wi-Fi connection to a PC
or other devices.
About
PlayStation
Certified
Connectivity
Facebook
inside Xperia™
LiveWare™
manager
Display PlayStation Certified.
P.149
P.136
Search applications for accessories
such as headset etc. or set operation
when application starts.
Preferred apps P.60
settings
Settings 133
Personal
docomo service
You can set passwords for applications
provided by docomo or to use the services
supporting AUTO-GPS.
Set to check update for
applications regularly.
Set to use docomo service via
Wi-Fi.
docomo apps
Set a password for applications
password
provided by docomo. docomo
apps password is set "0000" by
default.
AUTO-GPS
Set to use the services
supporting AUTO-GPS.
docomo location
Set location information
information
function for imadoco search,
imadocokantan search and
Keitai-Osagashi Service.
docomo Wi-Fi かんた Set the terminal for using
ん接続 (docomo Wi- docomo Wi-Fi or home Wi-Fi.
Fi easy connection)
Send preinstalled
Set to send preinstalled
apps usage status application usage status.
Open source
View open source licenses.
licenses
Application
manager
Wi-Fi
Accounts & sync
You can manage (add or delete) online
service accounts or synchronize contacts,
messages, etc. saved in online services with
the terminal.
Setting Google account
You can create a Google account on your
terminal and use Google services such as
Gmail, Google Talk, Google Calendar, Google
Play, etc.
You can set multiple Google accounts on the
terminal.
1
2
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Accounts & sync]u[Add
account]u[Google].
Follow the registration wizard, set
a Google account.
If you have no Google account, create
an account.
・ If you have already the Google account,
sign in.
・
Settings 134
❖Information
You can use the terminal without creating your
Google account, however the services such as
Google Talk, Gmail, Google Play, etc. are not available.
・ To log in, you need a Google account and a
password.
・ When you sign in, "Backup and restore" screen may
appear. Backup is not available using a Google
account.
・ Tap Google account displayed on the "Accounts &
sync" screen and synchronize each data from the
following items manually.
・
Sync Browser
Sync Calendar
Sync Contacts
Sync Gmail
Sync Google
Photos*1
Sync Instant
Upload*2
Sync Picasa
extension
Synchronize browser settings saved
in Google account such as
bookmarks with web function of the
terminal.
Synchronize calendar information
such as schedule, etc., stored in
Google account with Calendar in the
terminal.
Synchronize contacts stored in
Gmail with the phonebook stored in
the terminal.
Synchronize email logs used in
Gmail account with Gmail on the
terminal.
Synchronize web album Google
Photos with album in the terminal.
Synchronize photos taken with the
camera or saved in a microSD card
with photos of Google+.
Synchronize web album of Picasa
used in Gmail account with Album in
the terminal.
*1
If a lot of photos are included to Picasa web
album used in Google account or web album
uploaded by Google+, it may consume a lot of
battery power or increase data communication
volume during the synchronization.
*2 To upload photos automatically, select settings
to enable the instant upload on the confirmation
screen when you log in Google+.
・ If you set a Google account and use Google+ in it,
"Sync Google+" appears. Tap it to synchronize and
display instant upload photos in the Album in the
terminal.
・ Make sure to check if the data connection is available
before sign in to the Google account. For checking
the data connection status, see "Status icon" (P.33).
Settings 135
Setting Facebook account
❖Information
When you register or sign in Facebook, you
can display profile information published by
online "Friend" to Phonebook. And you can
display Facebook updates of "Friends" in
Timescape.
・
❖Information
If you do not have a Facebook account, you can also
create a new account at http://www.facebook.com/.
・ If you download and install client applications for
Twitter or mixi, you can set up accounts and
synchronize contacts information in the same
manner as for Facebook.
・
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Accounts & sync]u[Add
account]u[Facebook].
・
2
If you already have a Facebook account
and set account from Phonebook or
Timescape of the terminal, you need
not add a new account.
Set Facebook account to display in the status bar.
Drag the status bar downwards, tap [Facebook inside
Xperia™], mark the [Facebook integration] checkbox,
read the displayed note, and then tap [Accept]. Tap
(Facebook inside Xperia™) added to the
"Accounts & sync" screen, and tap the following
items to synchronize and display corresponding
data.
Sync Calendar
Sync Contacts
Sync Facebook
photo extension
Sync Friends'
music
Synchronize events such as
Friends' birthdays, etc., stored in
Facebook with Calendar in the
terminal.
Synchronize profile of Friends
stored in Facebook with the
phonebook stored in the
terminal.
Synchronize photos registered to
Facebook with the Album in the
terminal.
Synchronize music that Friends
specified "Like" in Facebook with
WALKMAN in the terminal.
Enter your sign in information.
If you have no Facebook account,
register an account.
・ If you have Facebook account, sign in.
・
Settings 136
Setting other account
Removing account
You can use Corporate (Exchange
ActiveSync), docomo account, Email,
Facebook inside Xperia™ other than Google
account (P.134) or Facebook account (P.136).
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Accounts & sync] and select a
service account you want to
delete.
Corporate (Exchange ActiveSync)
account
2
Tap , then tap [Remove
account]u[Remove account].
■
・
■
If you have Corporate (Exchange
ActiveSync) account, from the Settings
menu screen (P.112), tap [Accounts &
sync]u[Add account]u[Corporate] and
set according to the onscreen instruction.
docomo account
・
docomo account helps you to use " ドコモ
バックアップ (docomo backup)" service
(P.67) provided by NTT DOCOMO.
docomo account is set by default.
❖Information
The first set Google account is registered as backup
account. When a backup account is removed,
caution appears on the status bar.
・ docomo account cannot be deleted.
・
Setting Auto-sync
Synchronize information of online service
with the terminal. You can display and edit
information on the terminal or a PC.
You need to set your online service account
(Google account, Facebook account, etc.) in
the terminal to synchronize in advance.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Accounts & sync].
2
3
Tap
or drag it to the right.
Read the cautions displayed, tap
[OK].
Tap an online service whose
account is set.
4
Settings 137
5
Tap to mark an item for automatic
synchronization.
・
If the items to be synchronized are
marked and checkboxes are led by ,
synchronization starts. When is not
displayed, tap and tap [Sync now] to
start synchronization.
❖Note
Tap
or drag it to the right to permit to
synchronize with your Gmail, calendar, contacts, and
profile information published by "Friends", etc. in
Google account automatically. These
communications may cause you to pay packet
communications charges.
・ If
(auto-sync is disabled) is set, you can
synchronize manually. On the settings screen (P.112),
tap [Accounts & sync], tap the service where your
account is set to display the synchronizing items,
then tap items you want to synchronize.
・
Canceling synchronization
1
2
Tap
during a synchronization.
Tap [Cancel sync].
Location services
Set whether to permit the location
information service.
Google's location
service
GPS satellites
Location &
Google search
P.209
P.209
Set whether to permit Google to
use location information using
result etc. of Google search.
Security
Set options related to security.
P.142
Set text to be displayed on the
unlock screen.
Encrypt phone
Set to require entering a
security code or password to
decode each time you turn on
the power.
Set up SIM card lock P.141
Make passwords
Set whether to show the input
visible
character before "・" appears
on the password entry screen.
Device
Set whether to enable device
administrators
administrator. "Omakase Lock"
is enabled by default*1
Unknown sources P.144
Trusted credentials Allow applications to access
secure certificates and other
credentials.*2
Screen lock
Owner info
Settings 138
Install from internal Install encrypted certificates
storage
from internal storage.
Clear credentials
Clear all certificates or
credential information from the
credential storage *3.
*1 To use Omakase Lock, enable "Omakase Lock".
*2 Set the password to the credential storage in
advance.
*3 Save certificates and credential information in the
credential storage.
Protecting docomo mini UIM card
Some functions provided for convenient use
of the terminal require the security code to
use them. Besides the security code for
locking the terminal, the network security
code necessary for the network services etc.
are available. Make use of the terminal using
an appropriate security code according to
the purpose.
■
Notes on the security codes
Avoid using a number that is easy to
guess, such as "birth date", "part of your
phone number", "street address number
or room number", "1111", and "1234".
Make sure to make a note of the security
code you set lest you should forget it.
・ Be very careful not to let others know your
security code. If your security code is
known by anyone else, DOCOMO shall
have no liability for any loss due to any
unauthorized use of it.
・ If you forget your security codes, you must
bring your official identification (such as
drivers license), the terminal, and docomo
mini UIM card with you to the nearest
docomo Shop. For details, contact the
"General Inquiries" on the last page of this
manual.
・
Settings 139
・
The PUK code is written on the
subscription form (copy for customer)
handed at the subscription in the
docomo Shop. If you subscribed other
than docomo Shop, you must bring your
official identification (such as drivers
license), the docomo mini UIM card with
you to the nearest docomo Shop or
contact the "General Inquiries" on the last
page of this manual.
Network security code
The network security code is a 4-digit
number necessary for identification or using
the docomo Network Services at reception of
your request in docomo Shop or at docomo
Information Center. It can be set any number
at the subscription and also changed later by
yourself.
You can change your network security code
to new one using a PC if you have "docomo
ID"/"Password" for "My docomo", the General
support site for PC.
Alternatively, from the Home screen, tap
[dmenu] and [ お客様サポートへ (To Customer
Support)]u[ 各種お申込・お手続き
(Subscription/Procedure)] to change the
security code yourself.
* For information on "My docomo" and " お客様
サポートへ (To Customer Support)", see the
previous page of the last page of this manual.
PIN code
You can set security code which named PIN
code to docomo mini UIM card. It is set
"0000" at the subscription. They can be
changed by yourself.
PIN code is a 4- to 8-digit number (code) that
must be entered for user confirmation to
prevent unauthorized use by a third party
every time you insert the docomo mini UIM
card into the terminal or when the terminal is
powered on. Entering the PIN code enables
making/receiving calls and terminal
operation.
・ If you use a newly purchased terminal with
docomo mini UIM card you have been using
inserted, use the PIN code set on the former
terminal. If you did not change the setting, the
code is "0000".
・ If you enter a wrong PIN code 3 times
consecutively, the PIN code is locked and
cannot be used anymore. In this case, unlock
with "PUK". (P.141)
Settings 140
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK code)
Changing the PIN code
The PUK code is an 8-digit number for
canceling the locked PIN code. The PUK code
cannot be changed by yourself.
・ If you failed to enter PUK code 10 times
consecutively, the docomo mini UIM card is
locked. Please contact a docomo Shop.
・
Enabling the docomo mini UIM card
PIN
By setting PIN (security code) and entering
PIN code when powered on, you can protect
the docomo mini UIM card from improper
use.
1
2
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Security]u[Set up SIM card
lock]u[Lock SIM card].
Enter the PIN code of the docomo
mini UIM card and tap [OK].
・
You can change the PIN code only when the
PIN of docomo mini UIM card is enabled.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Security]u[Set up SIM card
lock]u[Change SIM PIN].
2
Enter the current PIN code of the
docomo mini UIM card and tap
[OK].
3
Enter the new PIN code of the
docomo mini UIM card and tap
[OK].
4
Enter the new PIN code of the
docomo mini UIM card again and
tap [OK].
[Lock SIM card] is marked.
Entering the PIN code when powered
on
1
On the PIN code entry screen,
enter the PIN code of the docomo
mini UIM card.
2
Tap [OK].
Settings 141
Unblocking the locked docomo mini
UIM card
1
On the PUK code entry screen,
enter the PUK code of the docomo
mini UIM card.
2
Tap [New SIM PIN] field and enter
new PIN code of docomo mini UIM
card, then tap [OK].
3
Enter the new PIN code of the
docomo mini UIM card again and
tap [OK].
Screen lock
You can secure your data by requiring a
screen unlock pattern every time the
terminal is turned on or every time it is
activated from sleep mode.
There are 5 types of screen lock settings:
"Slide", "Face Unlock", "Pattern", "PIN" and
"Password". (P.142)
Setting screen unlock method
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Security]u[Screen lock].
2
Tap [Slide]/[Face Unlock]/
[Pattern]/[PIN]/[Password].
When you select [Face Unlock] follow
the onscreen instructions to set face
authentication. For Screen lock when
the Face Unlock cannot be unlocked,
select pattern or PIN to enter.
・ When you select [Pattern], follow the
onscreen instructions to enter unlock
pattern.
Set security question and answer in case
you forget the pattern.
・ When you select [PIN], follow the
onscreen instructions to enter 4 or
more numbers. This "PIN" code is
different from a PIN code to be set to
docomo mini UIM card (P.140).
・ When you select [Password], follow the
onscreen instructions to enter 4 or
more characters including alphabets.
・
Settings 142
Changing screen unlock method
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Security]u[Screen lock].
If you forget how to unlock
■
"Incorrect pattern" appears when you enter
incorrect unlock pattern 5 times
consecutively.
・ Tap [Next], and answer the security
question that you set for the unlock
pattern setting, then tap [Unlock] to
unlock the screen lock.
・ If you set Google account, on the
"Incorrect pattern" screen, tap [Next] to
display "Answer question" and "Enter
Google account details".
- Mark [Answer question] and tap [Next],
and answer the question that you set for
the unlock pattern, then tap [Unlock] to
unlock the screen lock.
- Mark [Enter Google account details], tap
[Next], and enter Google account and
password, then tap [Sign in] to unlock
the screen lock.
・ When setting new unlock pattern after
unlocking screen lock, "Screen unlocked"
appears. Tap [Yes] to reset unlock pattern.
Enter the set unlock pattern/PIN/
password.
・ If you should fail 5 times when you
enter the unlock pattern, wait 30
seconds and then try again.
・
2
Tap [Slide]/[Face Unlock]/
[Pattern]/[PIN]/[Password].
・
Select items you want to change into.
For setting procedure, see Step 2 (P.142)
of "Setting screen unlock method".
Locking the screen
Once screen unlock method (P.142) is set, the
screen is locked when the sleep mode is set
or p is pressed.
Unlocking the screen lock
1
Press p to turn the backlight
on.
2
Enter unlock screen method.
・
Enter the set Slide/Face unlock/unlock
pattern/PIN/password.
If you set "Pattern"
❖Information
・
・
Tap [Try again] to retry entering pattern in 30
seconds.
Alternatively, tap [Try again] and [Forgot pattern?] to
display answering question screen that you set the
unlock pattern.
Settings 143
・
You can set multiple Google accounts. To unlock the
screen with Google account and password, enter
one of those accounts.
■
If you set "PIN"/"Password"
Please contact a docomo Shop.
Canceling screen lock
You can cancel screen lock pattern after you
set.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Security]u[Screen lock].
・
2
Enter the set unlock pattern/PIN/
password.
Tap [None].
Permitting downloading unknown
source's application
Before you can download unknown source's
applications, set the terminal to enable
downloading.
Applications you download may be of
unknown origin. To protect your terminal
and personal data, only download
applications from trusted sources such as the
Google Play etc.
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Security].
2
3
Tap [Unknown sources].
Read the cautions displayed, tap
[OK].
・
[Unknown sources] checkbox is
marked.
Settings 144
Language & input
You can select language and input method.
Language
Spelling correction
Personal dictionary
Default
Google voice typing
Shabette-Key-Nyuryoku
Xperia™ Chinese
keyboard
Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard
Xperia™ keyboard
Voice Search
Text-to-speech output
Pointer speed
P.145
Set spelling correction.
Register words.
Set input method.
P.53
・
If you choose the wrong language and cannot read
the menu texts, go to http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/
so-05d/faq.html for help (in Japanese only).
Setting Voice Search
Language
SafeSearch
Block
offensive
words
Select language used for Google
voice search.
Set filter explicit.
Set whether to display recognized
offensive voice results.
Text-to-speech settings
P.145
P.145
Set pointer speed of
mouse etc.
Changing phone language
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Language &
input]u[Language].
2
Select a language and tap [Done].
・
❖Information
Google Textto-speech
Engine*
Pico TTS*
Speech rate
Listen to an
example
Set language for text-to speech and
audio synthesis engine to read out
text.
Make settings for installed voice
synthesis engine.
Set speed at reading out text.
Playback sample of audio synthesis.
* Japanese is not supported.
When you select Japanese, " 完了
(Done)" is displayed, but its display
varies by the language you selected.
Settings 145
Backup & reset
System
Restore the terminal to default.
Resetting the terminal
Resetting the terminal deletes all data,
including downloaded applications and
accounts, and resets the terminal back to the
initial (default) state. Make sure to back up
important data you have on the terminal
before you reset the terminal.
For the initial settings, see "Initial settings
(Setup guide)" (P.31).
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Backup & reset]u[Factory
data reset]u[Reset phone].
Mark [Erase internal storage] checkbox
to delete all contents (music, photos,
videos, etc.) on the internal storage.
・ Enter your screen unlock method as
required.
・
2
Date & time
You can change the date and time in the
terminal.
To set date/time or time zone manually,
unmark [Automatic date & time] or
[Automatic time zone] to disable networkprovided time/time zone in advance.
Adjust date and time
automatically by using
network-provided information.
Automatic time zone Adjust time zone
automatically by using
network-provided information.
Set date
P.147
Set time
P.147
Select time zone
P.147
Use 24-hour format P.147
Select date format P.147
Automatic date &
time
Tap [Erase everything].
・
The terminal restarts automatically.
❖Information
If you reset the terminal, license information for the
DRM protected content may be erased making the
content unable to be played.
・ While restarting or resetting the terminal, just wait. If
you remove the battery pack while restarting or
resetting the terminal, it may cause malfunction.
・
Settings 146
❖Information
・
Correction of the time differences may not be
performed correctly depending on the overseas
telecommunication carrier. In that case, set time
zone manually (P.147).
Setting the date
1
2
3
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Date & time]u[Set date].
Drag number to adjust date.
Tap [Set].
Setting the time zone
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Date & time]u[Select time
zone].
2
Select time zone you want to set.
Setting the time format
1
Setting the time
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Date & time]u[Set time].
2
Drag number to adjust hour and
minute.
・
3
When you unmark [Use 24-hour
format], you can change [AM]/[PM].
Tap [Set].
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Date & time] and mark/
unmark [Use 24-hour format]
checkbox.
・
Mark the checkbox to shift to 24-hour
format, and unmark to shift to 12-hour
format.
Setting the date format
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Date & time]u[Select date
format].
2
Select date format you want to set.
Settings 147
Accessibility
Developer options
You can set user support service which
sounds or vibrates according to users
operation and call end operation.
TalkBack
Large text
Power button ends call
Auto-rotate screen
Speak passwords
Touch & hold delay
Install web scripts
Set user support service
(TalkBack).
Enlarge text size.
Set to end a call by
pressing p.
P.38
Output password by voice
sound.
Set response time for
operation of touching and
holding the screen.
Set whether to install
script from Google.
Put the terminal into debug mode when
connecting USB or set the screen backlight to
ON while charging.
Keeping the screen backlight ON
while charging
1
From the Settings screen (P.112),
tap [Developer options].
2
Mark [Stay awake] checkbox.
About phone
You can check your own phone number,
signal level, legal information, etc.
P.240
Check your own phone number,
signal level, battery level, etc.
Legal information Check license agreement, terms
of use, etc.
Model number
Check version and number.
Android version
Baseband version
Kernel version
Build number
Software update
Status
Settings 148
File management
Handling a file
Files in the terminal should be operated on
the file handling application. For example, to
delete files saved in a microSD card or
internal storage, use the deletion function of
each application.
With "Share" function of each application,
you can exchange files sending to/receiving
from other compatible devices via infrared
communication, Bluetooth or by email file
attachment.
In addition, with the terminal connected to a
PC, you can move to the PC or delete files in
the internal storage or a mounted microSD
card. If you install PC Companion and use
Media Go, you can manage files between a
PC and the terminal mutually.
With "Sync Zone" of PC Companion, you can
synchronize contacts in the terminal and
calendar with Outlook, etc. of a PC.
Transferring and moving
data
You can transfer and move images, music
data and some other data. Sharing some data
may not be permitted due to copyright.
Using microUSB cable
By connecting the terminal and a PC with the
supplied microUSB cable, you can exchange
data between the terminal and the PC.
Connecting the terminal and a PC
using a microUSB cable
1
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable (P.29).
When you connect microUSB cable for
the first time, the driver software for the
terminal is installed to a PC. Wait for a
while until installation is completed. A
confirmation screen for installation of
PC Companion software appears when
the driver software installation is
completed.
・ The terminal is connected by "Media
transfer mode (MTP)" which is set by
default. Follow onscreen instructions
on a PC to access "Internal Storage/SD
Card" of the terminal.
・
File management 149
2
Tap [Skip].
・
❖Information
Window that appears when connecting to a PC may
vary depending on the operating system (OS) of a
PC.
・ From the Home screen, tap
and tap
[Settings]u[Xperia™]u [Connectivity] to check
connection mode and change the settings as
follows.
・
Install PC
Companion
USB
connection
mode
TRUSTED
DEVICES
・
Display PC Companion installation
wizard when connected to a PC.
USB connection mode when
connecting to a PC can be selected
between "Media transfer mode (MTP)"
and "Mass storage mode (MSC)".
Connect the terminal and a host
device in a pair via Wi-Fi network.
(P.152)
Connecting with "Mass storage mode (MSC)" also
accesses microSD card as a removal disk. microSD
card cannot be accessed from the terminal and
functions using microSD card may become
unavailable in Camera, Album, etc. while connecting
to a PC.
If you install PC Companion by tapping [Install] in
Step 2, you can use the following applications on a
PC for managing media files, creating backup files,
etc. when connecting the terminal and the PC. For
details, check on the PC Companion screen after
installation.
Update software of the terminal
connecting to a PC. (P.242)
Contacts Setup Copy the contacts data of the
mobile phone previously used to the
terminal.
Media Go
P.153
Sync Zone
Synchronize calendar and contacts
between the terminal and Outlook
etc.
Back up and
Back up the terminal data or move
restore
the data to another terminal.
File Manager Check file type, update time,
location, etc. on the terminal.
Support Zone
・
When the terminal is connected to a PC, charging
starts automatically. For details, see "Charging with a
PC" (P.29).
File management 150
Disconnecting the microUSB cable
safely
Dragging and dropping data on the
terminal and a PC
Do not disconnect the microUSB cable during
data transferring. Data may be damaged.
・ If you connect the terminal in the Media
transfer mode (MTP), make sure that data
transfer is not in progress and just disconnect
the microUSB cable.
■
Mass storage mode (MSC)
Drag the status bar downwards.
Tap [SD card connected].
2
・
■
1
2
3
・
"SD card disconnected" appears in the
status bar.
1
Media transfer mode (MTP)
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable.
・
■
1
Drag and drop selected data
between the terminal and a PC.
Mass storage mode (MSC)
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable.
・
Disconnect the microUSB cable.
2
"Int.storage/SD card connected"
appears in the status bar.
"SD card connected" appears in the
status bar.
Drag and drop selected data
between the terminal and a PC.
❖Information
・
You can transfer files using a microUSB cable on most
devices and the following operating systems (OSs)
that supports the USB mass-storage memory
interface.
- Microsoft Windows 7
- Microsoft Windows Vista
- Microsoft Windows XP
File management 151
Connecting the terminal to a PC
on a Wi-Fi network
4
Make sure that "Xperia SX SO-05D"
is displayed as a portable device
on the explorer of the PC.
If the terminal and a PC* are connected in a
pair on a Wi-Fi network, automatic
connection/disconnection of internal storage
of the terminal with a PC is enabled when the
terminal user comes in and out of the Wi-Fi
area. You can easily access to files in the
internal storage of the terminal from a
connected PC.
* Use Microsoft Windows 7 to make a pair
setting. Pair setting cannot be made under
Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows
Vista or other OS.
5
Right click the portable device
icon, then click " ネットワーク構成
(network composition)".
6
7
Click " 次へ (Next)".
On the pop-up screen of the
terminal, tap [Pair].
On the network composition of the
portable device screen of the PC,
click " 完了 (Done)".
Disconnect the microUSB cable.
From the Home screen, tap and
tap [Settings]u[Xperia™]u
[Connectivity]u"Host name" (PC
name) in the "TRUSTED DEVICES"
field.
1
Connect a PC you want to set in a
pair to a Wi-Fi network.
2
Connect the terminal to a Wi-Fi
network (P.114).
3
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable.
・
When a confirmation screen for
installation of PC Companion software
appears on the terminal, tap [Skip].
8
9
10
11
Tap [Connect].
・
The terminal and the PC are connected
in "Media transfer mode (MTP)" on a WiFi network, and you can exchange data
files.
File management 152
❖Information
From the Home screen, tap
and tap
[Settings]u[Xperia™]u[Connectivity] to display
"Host name" (PC name) in the "TRUSTED DEVICES"
field. To cancel connection setting, tap the host
name and [Forget]. Until "Forget" is tapped, the
connection setting retains even if you connect/
disconnect repeatedly by coming in and out of a WiFi area.
・ If the privacy separator function for Wi-Fi network
(access point) is enabled, pair setting cannot be
made.
・
Using Media Go
The Media Go computer application helps
you transfer and manage media content in
the terminal and PC.
With Media Go, you can load music from a CD
to a PC and transfer to the terminal.
・ You can install Media Go from PC Companion.
Activate PC Companion installed in a PC and
install Media Go with "Sony PC Companion"
screen. For information on how to install PC
Companion, see "When PC Companion is not
installed on your PC" (P.242).
Using infrared
communication
You can send/receive data of contacts,
photos or videos taken by the camera to/
from terminals etc. supporting infrared
communication function.
・ The communication range for infrared
communication is 20 cm or less. Keep the
devices pointing at the infrared data port
each other, and do not move them until data
exchange completes.
・ If the infrared data port is soiled, clean the
data port with a dry soft cloth to prevent from
scratching. Performing infrared
communication with the data port soiled or
scratched may cause communication failure.
・ Infrared communication may not be
performed in areas exposed to direct sunlight,
directly under fluorescent lights or near
infrared devices.
・ Depending on the terminal of the other party,
it may be difficult to exchange data.
❖Information
You can also download Media Go from http://
mediago.sony.com/enu/features.
・ To learn more about how to use the Media Go
application, see the help section of the Media Go
application.
・
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Within 20cm
・
・
Within ±15° from
the center
・
・
Infrared data port
❖Information
・
・
If the set alarm time comes during infrared
communication, data exchange is interrupted and
the alarm starts to sound.
is displayed in the status bar during infrared
communication.
You can send and receive Phonebook entries, My
profile, name card, sp-mode mail, Schedule & memo,
still images (.jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp), videos (.mp4, .3gp)
and ToruCa. It may take a time to exchange data
depending on the data amount or device of other
party.
Some data, such as data with copyright protection,
etc., cannot be played back on other devices.
Received data cannot be played back or saved
depending on the sender's device, data type or data
amount.
Received images and videos are saved in the internal
storage and other data is saved in Phone memory.
Do not cover the infrared data port with the fingers,
etc. while performing infrared communication.
・ Infrared communication for the terminal conforms to
IrMC version 1.1. However, some data cannot be sent
or received even if the receiver's phone conforms
IrMC version 1.1.
・ Authentication password and docomo apps
password may be required while sending or
receiving infrared data. Authentication password is a
4-digit number fixed up between you and other
party in advance. The same number string must be
entered by the sender and receiver. For details on
docomo apps password, see "docomo apps
password" (P.134).
・ If the terminal receives a call during infrared
communication, data exchange is interrupted and
the incoming call screen appears.
・
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Sending data via infrared
communication
For sending from "Album", see "Sharing image files"
(P.197).
・ You cannot send 2 or more images or videos at a
time.
・
Start Infrared application and select data to
send. You can also send data from an
application menu such as Phonebook,
Album, etc.
■
Sending all data using infrared
communication application
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Infrared]u[Send all].
2
Tap [Phonebook]/[sp-mode mail]/
[Scedule&Memo]u[Start].
・
When you tap "sp-mode mail", select
."Inbox"/"Sent"/"Unsent".
3
Enter docomo apps password and
tap [OK].
4
Enter the same authentication
password as that of the recipient
and tap [OK]u[OK]u[OK].
Receiving data via infrared
communication
Receiving 1 item
the Home screen, tap ,
1 From
then tap
[Infrared]u[Receive]u[OK].
receiving is complete, tap
2 When
[OK]u[OK].
■ Receiving all items
the Home screen, tap ,
1 From
then tap [Infrared]u[Receive all].
docomo apps password and
2 Enter
tap [OK].
■
3
❖Information
You can send My profile (except name card) from the
Home screen. Tap the left part of
(Infrared
widget) and [OK]. Name card can be sent from the
"Phonebook" application.
・ For details on the "Phonebook" application, see
"Sending phonebook entries via infrared
communication" (P.92).
・
Enter the same authentication
password as that of the sender and
tap [OK]u[OK]u[OK]u[OK].
❖Information
You can also receive a file from the Home screen. Tap
the right part of
(Infrared widget) and [OK], and
after receiving is complete, tap [OK]u[OK].
・ When Phonebook, sp-mode mail and
Schedule&Memo are received, data on the terminal
is deleted before saved.
・ You cannot receive 2 or more videos at a time.
・
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You may not save received data if the phone
memory is full.
・ A file name may be changed when saving. A file
named with 127 characters or more (Unicode) may
not be saved properly.
・
Using Bluetooth function
The Bluetooth function creates a wireless
connection to other Bluetooth devices, for
example, handsfree devices. A range within
10 meters, with no solid objects in between,
is recommended. You must turn on the
Bluetooth function to communicate with
Bluetooth devices. You may also have to
make pair setting for the terminal and
Bluetooth device.
❖Information
■
Reception interference caused by
wireless LAN devices
The terminal's Bluetooth function and
wireless LAN devices use the same
frequency band (2.4GHz). If you use the
terminal near a wireless LAN device,
reception interference may occur or the
communications speed may lower. Also,
you may hear noise or have a connection
problem. In these cases, do the following:
・ Keep the Bluetooth device 10 meters or
more away from a wireless LAN device.
・ Within 10 meters, turn off either the
Bluetooth device or the wireless LAN
device.
* The terminal does not communicate
wirelessly with all types of Bluetooth
devices. Bluetooth DUN is not supported.
By default, Bluetooth function is off. If you turn
Bluetooth on and then turn off the terminal,
Bluetooth function turns off. When you turn on the
terminal again, Bluetooth function turns on
automatically.
・ When you do not use Bluetooth function, turn it off
to save the battery.
・
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Making the terminal detectable
with the Bluetooth function on
1
2
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Settings].
Tap
in Bluetooth or drag it
right.
・
3
4
appears on the status bar and
Bluetooth function turns on.
Tap [Bluetooth].
Tap [SO-05D].
・
The terminal becomes detectable by
other Bluetooth devices for 2 minutes.
Entering the terminal's name
You can name the terminal. The name
appears on Bluetooth devices when you use
the Bluetooth function.
1
Make sure that the Bluetooth
function is on.
2
From the Home screen, tap
[Settings]u[Bluetooth].
3
4
5
Tap
and tap [Rename phone].
Enter a name.
Tap [Rename].
Tap
Making pair setting for the
terminal and Bluetooth device
By making pair setting for the terminal and
another Bluetooth device, you can use the
device such as Bluetooth handsfree headset
etc. connecting to the terminal to make and
receive calls.
Once you have made pair setting for the
terminal and a Bluetooth device, the setting
is saved. When making pair setting for the
terminal and a Bluetooth device, you may
need to enter a passkey (PIN). The terminal
automatically tries the generic passkey
"0000". If this passkey does not work, see the
documentation of your Bluetooth device. You
do not need to re-enter the passkey the next
time you connect to a paired Bluetooth
device already set.
You cannot pair the terminal with two
Bluetooth headsets. However, you can pair
the terminal with two or more Bluetooth
devices of different profiles. The terminal
supports the following Bluetooth profiles:
A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HID, HSP, OPP, PAN, PBAP,
and SPP.
1
Make sure that the Bluetooth
function is on.
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2
From the Home screen, tap
tap [Settings]u[Bluetooth].
3
Tap [Search for devices].
A list of detected Bluetooth devices
appears.
1
4
Tap a Bluetooth device name to
pair with the terminal.
2
5
Check a passkey on the "Bluetooth
pairing request" screen, then tap
[Pair].
3
・
and
You can use the Bluetooth device that
has been paired.
・ Some Bluetooth devices make
connections continuously after making
pair setting.
・ Authentication passcode may be
required on the "Bluetooth pairing
request" screen.
Connecting the terminal with
Bluetooth device
・
❖Information
Make sure that the Bluetooth function and Bluetooth
detection function of the target device are on.
・ When you make pair setting with the Bluetooth
device supporting Secure Simple Pairing (SSP)
function, a passkey appears on the screen. Check the
passkey and make the pair setting.
・
4
Make sure that the Bluetooth
function is on.
From the Home screen, tap and
tap [Settings]u[Bluetooth].
Tap [Search for devices].
A list of detected Bluetooth devices
appears.
・ Pair Bluetooth devices as required.
・
Tap the name of Bluetooth device
you want to connect.
・
While connecting to a device,
appears in the status bar and the
connection status appears under the
device name.
❖Information
・
Tap
on the name of connected Bluetooth device
to check the status of that Bluetooth device or
change the settings.
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Deactivating the connection of
a Bluetooth device
1
2
3
From the Home screen, tap and
tap [Settings]u[Bluetooth].
Tap the connected Bluetooth
device name.
Tap [OK].
・
To reconnect, tap the device name.
Canceling the pair setting of a
Bluetooth device
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [Settings]u[Bluetooth].
2
Tap
in a Bluetooth device name
to unpair and tap [Unpair].
・
and
Sharing files with DLNA
devices via Connected
devices (Media server)
With Media server, you can share media files
with other client (DLNA: Digital Living
Network Alliance) devices using Wi-Fi
function.
Set Wi-Fi connection (P.112) with another
client device.
Setting Connected devices
(Media server)
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Connected devices].
・
Connection disconnects and the pair
setting is canceled.
2
When you activate for the first time,
"Welcome!" screen appears. Tap
or
x.
Tap
・
, then tap [Media server].
Media server settings screen appears.
You can set the following items.
SO-05D
(server name)
Share content
PENDING
DEVICES
REGISTERED
DEVICES
Rename the terminal (server)
displayed on a client device.
Set to connect from a client device
to the terminal via Wi-Fi.
Manage client devices waiting
access permissions.
Manage client device registered to
the terminal.
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❖Information
On the Media server screen, tap
connection.
・
to set Wi-Fi
Playing media files in the DLNA
device with the terminal
Set Wi-Fi connection with a DLNA device to
allow access from the terminal in advance.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Connected devices].
・
Connect the terminal to a DLNA device via
Wi-Fi in advance.
1
From the Home screen, tap ,
then tap [Connected devices].
2
Tap , then tap [Media server]
and tap
in Share content or
drag it right.
・
If Media server settings screen appears,
tap
or x.
2
Tap the device name displayed in
the server list and tap the desired
category folder.
3
Tap a media file to play it.
❖Information
・
Playing a media file in the
terminal with a DLNA device
When Wi-Fi connection is not enabled on the
terminal, tap [Wireless & networks] on the
"Connected devices" screen to set Wi-Fi connection.
"Media server turned on" appears in the
status bar.
3
Tap y, tap
4
5
Tap a tile you want to play.
Tap , then tap [See all...]u[Play
on device].
・
・
6
, and tap [Album].
Album list screen appears.
A "Play on device" screen appears.
Tap a device displayed on the "Play
on device" screen.
・
The file is played by a DLNA device.
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Applications
dmenu
In dmenu, you can easily access sites
recommended by DOCOMO or convenient
applications.
Opening dmenu
1
From the Home screen, tap
[dmenu].
・
dmarket
You can obtain useful and interesting
contents which meet your needs at dmarket.
Opening dmarket
1
・
Browser activates to display "dmenu".
When you activate for the first time, "d
マーケットソフトウェア使用許諾契約書
(License Agreement)" appears. Mark
[Agree] checkbox and tap [Start use].
❖Information
To use dmenu, Internet connection by packet
communication (LTE/3G/GPRS) or Wi-Fi is required.
・ For connecting dmenu and downloading
applications introduced in dmenu, packet
communication charge is applied separately. Some
applications automatically perform packet
communications.
・ Applications introduced by dmenu may include
charged ones.
From the Home screen, tap
[dmarket].
・
❖Information
・
For details on dmarket, refer to NTT DOCOMO
website.
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・
Play Store
With Google Play, you can directly access
useful applications or fun games which you
can download and install on the terminal.
And you can send feedback and comments
about an application, or report objectionable
application or incompatible application with
the terminal as an inappropriate content.
・ To use Google Play, you need to set Google
account (P.134).
・ Some applications and games are free of
charge, and the others are paid. In the
applications list of Market, distinction
between free and paid is clearly specified. For
details on purchasing, returning and
refunding of paid applications, see "Help"
(P.163).
❖Information
・
・
・
・
Installing applications
1
From the Home screen, tap [Play
Store].
・
2
Be careful especially about applications
which access many functions or large
amount of data. If you perform
download operation, you are
responsible for the consequences of
using this application on the terminal.
・
Be sure to check the security of application, then
install it at your own risk. The terminal may be
infected with a virus and the data may be damaged.
NTT DOCOMO is not liable for malfunctions, if any,
caused by the application you installed. In such case,
the repair is charged even during the warranty
period.
NTT DOCOMO is not liable for any disadvantage
brought to you or any third party due to an
application you installed.
Some applications automatically perform packet
communications. Packet communication is kept
active unless you disconnect it or the time-out is
occurred. To disconnect packet communication
manually, from the Home screen, tap
and tap
[Settings]u[More...]u[Mobile networks] and unmark
[Data enabled].
Some applications may be updated automatically.
When you activate for the first time,
Terms of use window appears. Tap
[Accept].
Search application and tap
application you want to install.
・
Check the displayed contents carefully
and follow the onscreen instructions.
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Deleting application
1
From the Home screen, tap [Play
Store].
2
3
Tap and [My Apps].
Tap the applications you want to
delete, then tap [Uninstall]u [OK].
・
When you uninstall charged
applications, a screen for refund may
appear. For details, see "Help" (P.163).
Help
When you need help or have any questions
about Google Play, display the Google Play
screen, then tap and tap [Help]. The
Browser opens the Google Play Help web
page.
Osaifu-Keitai
Osaifu-Keitai equipped with IC card is a
function which allows you to pay money or
to use coupon, stamp-rally, etc. only by
holding the terminal over an IC card reader in
stores etc.
You can access a site or website, obtain the
latest coupon, check credit or payment of
electronic money, etc. by holding the
terminal over the IC card reader. In addition,
you can lock your Osaifu-Keitai to provide
against loss or theft, and you can use OsaifuKeitai with safe.
For details on Osaifu-Keitai, refer to Mobile
Phone User's Guide [sp-mode] smartphone
version.
* A setting from the dedicated website or
application is required to use Osaifu-Keitai
compatible services.
Precautions on using Osaifu-Keitai
・
The data (including electronic money, points,
etc.) in the IC card may be lost or modified
because of the malfunction of the terminal
(When we take your Osaifu-Keitai for repair
etc., as we cannot take it with data remained,
you are required to erase the data by
yourself ). For support such as reissuance,
restoration, temporary preservation or
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transfer of data, contact Osaifu-Keitai
compatible service providers. For important
data, be sure to use a service with backup
service.
・ If the data in the IC card is lost, modified or
damaged by any means related to OsaifuKeitai compatible service such as malfunction
or model change, DOCOMO assumes no
responsibility for the loss of data.
・ If the terminal is stolen or misplaced,
immediately contact Osaifu-Keitai
compatible service provider for an advice.
・ The terminal does not support iC transfer
service.
Using Osaifu-Keitai
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Osaifu-Keitai].
2
Select a service you want to use
from a service list.
・
At the first time you activate OsaifuKeitai, an initial setting screen appears.
Follow the onscreen instructions.
Holding Osaifu-Keitai over IC
card reader
You can exchange data with an IC card reader
only by holding mark over the card reader.
mark
When holding mark over an IC card reader,
make sure not to hit the terminal strongly.
・ Hold
mark horizontally over the center of
the IC card reader.
・ Slowly move the terminal to hold
mark
over the IC card reader.
・ If
mark is not recognized even when
holding over the IC card reader, try slightly
picking the terminal up off the reader, or
moving the terminal back, forth and around.
・ If there are metal objects between
mark
and an IC card reader, scanning may be failed.
And note that a sticker put on nearby the
mark may affect communication
performance.
・
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❖Information
You can scan and write data to or from an IC card
reader without activating Osaifu-Keitai compatible
application.
・ The function is available even if the terminal is off,
but it is not available when the battery pack is not
attached. Even if the battery pack is attached, the
function may not be available when you leave the
terminal off for a long time or the battery level is low,
etc.
・
Locking Osaifu-Keitai function
Use "Osaifu-Keitai Lock Setting" to restrict the
use of Osaifu-Keitai function and related
services.
・ Osaifu-Keitai lock is different from screen lock
for the terminal, SIM card lock.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Osaifu-Keitai].
2
Tap [Lock Settings] at the bottom
right of the "Osaifu-Keitai" screen.
3
Follow the onscreen instructions
to enter unlock pattern.
❖Information
・
is displayed in the status bar when you set
"Osaifu-Keitai Lock Setting".
Note that you cannot cancel "Osaifu-Keitai Lock
Setting", if the battery runs out while using "OsaifuKeitai Lock Setting". Be careful about remaining
battery level. If the battery runs out, charge the
terminal before canceling "Osaifu-Keitai Lock
Setting".
・ You need to enter unlock pattern to use Osaifu-Keitai
menu while using "Osaifu-Keitai Lock Setting".
・ IC card unlock pattern will not be deleted even if you
reset the terminal.
・ Note that you cannot cancel "Osaifu-Keitai Lock
Setting" if you forget both the lock pattern and
answer for security question.
・
iD 設定アプリ (iD setting
application)
"iD" is a convenient electronic money by
credit clearance scheme. You can enjoy
shopping simply and conveniently only by
holding Osaifu-Keitai with credit information
set or the iD-compatible card over the IC card
reader in stores. Because up to 2 types of
credit information can be registered in
Osaifu-Keitai, you can use them according to
the benefits, etc. It also supports cashing,
depending on the card issuer.
・ To use iD with Osaifu-Keitai, subscribing to a
card issuer that supports iD, settings for iD
setting application are required.
・ The charges required for iD service (including
the annual charge) vary by card issuer.
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For using the application, a packet
communication charge is applied.
・ A packet communication fee for oversea use
differs from the one in Japan.
・ For details on iD, refer to iD website (http://idcredit.com/ (In Japanese only)).
・
ToruCa
ToruCa is an electronic card that can be
obtained to mobile terminals. It can be
obtained from the IC card reader or site as
store information, coupon ticket, etc.
Obtained ToruCa is saved to the "ToruCa"
application. Use the "ToruCa" application to
display, search or update.
For details on ToruCa, refer to " ご利用ガイド
ブック (sp モード編 ) (Mobile Phone User's
Guide [sp-mode]) (in Japanese only)".
・
・
・
・
・
・
・
While using Osaifu-Keitai Lock Setting, you cannot
obtain ToruCa with an IC card reader.
If you mark 重複チェック (Duplication check),
obtaining the same ToruCa redundantly is not
available. To obtain the same ToruCa redundantly,
unmark 重複チェック (Duplication check).
When you send ToruCa attaching to email, it is sent
in the condition before obtaining ToruCa (details).
Depending on email application, ToruCa received via
the emails may not be saved.
Depending on browser, ToruCa cannot be obtained.
When ToruCa is moved/copied to the microSD card,
it is moved/copied in the condition before obtaining
ToruCa (details).
You may not be able to obtain ToruCa with an IC card
reader, if you do not make initial setting for OsaifuKeitai.
❖Information
For obtaining, displaying or updating ToruCa, a
packet communication charge may be applied.
・ Some ToruCa provided to i-mode terminal may not
be obtained/displayed/updated.
・ Depending on the settings of IP (Information
Provider), the following functions may not be
available.
- Obtaining/Updating from the IC card reader,
sharing ToruCa, moving to microSD card, copying/
displaying map
・ Some ToruCa which can be displayed in a map from
ToruCa (details) may not be displayed in a map from
the ToruCa list depending on the IP settings.
・
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1Seg
1Seg is a terrestrial digital TV broadcasting
service that allows mobile devices to receive
broadcasted data along with images and
sounds. You can also acquire detailed
program information, participate in quiz
programs, enjoy TV shopping, etc.
For details on "1Seg", refer to the following
website.
The Association for Promotion of Digital
Broadcasting
http://www.dpa.or.jp/english/
Using 1Seg
1Seg is a service provided by TV
broadcasting enterprises (stations), etc. A
communication fee for receiving video
picture and sound is not required. Contact
NHK for details on your NHK viewing fees.
There are 2 types of information displayed in
the data broadcasting area: "Data
broadcasting" and "Data broadcasting site".
"Data broadcasting" is displayed using
airwave along with images and sounds; while
"Data broadcasting site" is displayed by
connecting to a site provided by TV
broadcasting enterprises (stations), etc.,
using information of data broadcasting.
For viewing "Data broadcasting site", etc.,
packet communication fees are charged.
・ Some sites require information fees.
Airwaves
1Seg is one of the broadcast services and a
different type of radio waves (airwaves) from
that of FOMA service is received. Therefore,
regardless of whether you are in or out of Xi
service or FOMA service area, it cannot be
received where airwaves do not reach or
during broadcasting interruptions.
Also, even in a terrestrial digital TV
broadcasting service area, reception
condition may be poor or reception may be
unavailable in the following places:
・ A place far from the tower that the airwaves
are sent from
・ Mountain-ringed regions or a place between
buildings where airwaves are interrupted by
geography or buildings
・ Tunnel, underground or far back from a
building where airwaves are weak or do not
reach
Using 1Seg antenna cable
To watch 1Seg program on the terminal, use
supplied 1Seg antenna cable.
If Stereo Headset with Microphone (Sample)
is used for watching, connect Stereo Headset
with Microphone (Sample) to the 1Seg
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antenna when inserting to or removing from
the terminal.
1
Connect the plug of Stereo
Headset with Microphone
(Sample) to headset connector of
the 1Seg antenna cable ( ).
2
Connect the plug of the 1Seg
antenna cable to the headset
connector of the terminal ( ).
Stereo Headset with Microphone
(Sample)
1Seg antenna cable
Initial settings for 1Seg
Make channel setting when you activate
1Seg for the first time. After channel setting is
done, 1Seg programs can be watched.
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
2
Tap [Watch].
3
Tap [Channel setting]u[Current
area].
・
・
4
and
If [More] is tapped, operation guide for
1Seg watching appears.
Available channels are searched.
Tap entry box, enter a title name
and tap [OK].
・
To return the 1Seg menu, tap x.
Headset connector
❖Information
Alternatively, tap [Select area] in Step 2 then select
area to make channel setting.
・ Channel setting may not be made in the area where
a terrestrial digital TV broadcasting service has just
started.
・
❖Information
・
If Stereo Headset with Microphone (Sample) is
removed from 1Seg antenna cable while watching
1Seg using the Stereo Headset with Microphone
(Sample), sound is not emitted from the speaker. To
hear sound via speaker, remove 1Seg antenna cable
then reattach the antenna cable alone.
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d
Watching 1Seg program
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
2
Tap [Activate 1Seg].
・
and
It may take a time to acquire image data or
broadcasted data when you activate 1Seg or change
channels due to characteristic of digital
broadcasting.
・ According to the airwave condition, image or sound
may be interrupted or stopped.
・ If the terminal receives a call while watching 1Seg,
1Seg is interrupted and resumes after the call ends.
・
1Seg screen
d
a
b
1Seg watching screen appears. Tap the
image to temporarily view program
information such as program name.
❖Information
■
ef h i
fg
a
b
j
j
l
1Seg watching screen (full screen)
a
b
c
Program information
Image
Data broadcasting : Display data broadcasting
content.
d Broadcasting station
e Setting
f Remote controller : Display numeric keys to switch
channels and keys for searching stations.
g View optional menu
h DOWN selection/UP selection : Select previous or
next channel you are currently watching.
i Mute
j Subtitle
k Remote controller for data broadcasting : Display
operation keys for data broadcasting such as Move
focus, Select focus, Back, Show numeric keys, etc.
l 1Seg status bar : Display icons for off timer, channel,
reception level, subtitle, muting, volume, etc.
❖Information
Press m on the 1Seg watching screen to adjust
volume.
・ Recording 1Seg program is not supported.
・ You can watch 1Seg turning the terminal sideways. If
the screen orientation does not change
automatically when you turn the terminal sideways,
from the Home screen, tap , then [Settings] u
[Display], then mark [Auto-rotate screen] checkbox.
・
k
c
l
1Seg watching screen
(with data broadcasting)
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For data broadcasting, screen display supports
portrait only.
・ Flick the 1Seg watching screen left and right to select
the previous or next channel you are currently
watching.
・ To exit 1Seg, tap x on the 1Seg watching screen.
・
Setting 1Seg
1
Tap
on the 1Seg watching
screen (P.169) then tap [Setting].
・
You can set the following options.
Display information for available
channels.
Program info
Display information for received
programs.
Channel list
Registered areas (broadcasting
service area) are listed as a channel
list.
Channel setting Make channel setting.
Add to channel Add a channel from 1Seg watching
list
screen.
Program guide Activate "G ガイド番組表 (Program
table)" to view program table.
・ Alternatively, tap [Program
guide] on the 1Seg menu screen
to activate "G ガイド番組表
(Program table)".
Switch display Switch display between image and
data broadcasting.
Caption setting Switch Display subtitle to on or off.
Off timer
Make a timer setting to end 1Seg
watching.
Channel info
Main/sub sound
Sound switch
Volume setting
Sound effect
setting
Reset
confirmation
status
Back to data BC
Tune service
Set main/sub sound.
Set to switch sound.
Adjust the volume level.
Switch sound effect of data
broadcasting between on and off.
Initialize the confirmation screen
display.
Display data broadcasting.
You can select a sub-channel when
several programs (services) are
broadcasted for separated subchannels in a channel.
TVlink
Stored TVlinks appear.
Operation guide A guide for watching 1Seg appears.
Applications 170
Watching data broadcasting
For data broadcasting, you can view various
information by following the onscreen
instructions.
❖Information
To watch data broadcasting, call charge or packet
communication charge is not required. If you use
additional services of data broadcasting, etc. via
packet communication, packet communication fees
are charged.
・
Using TVlinks
For some data broadcasting programs, link
information to related websites (TVlink) is
displayed. Save TVlinks to connect to related
websites later.
Display TVlinks
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
2
Tap [TVlink].
3
Select a TVlink.
・
and
A TV link list screen appears.
■ When a link content or HTML content
is selected
Tap [Yes].
❖Information
・
Some TVlinks have period of validity. Out of date
TVlinks are no longer available.
Saving TVlinks
1
On the 1Seg watching screen (data
broadcasting) (P.169), select
TVlink to store.
・
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions to operate.
Applications 171
Viewing/Deleting details of TVlink
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
2
Tap [TVlink] and tap
・
Available channels vary depending on the
area (broadcasting service area) you are
using in.
.
Menu appears.
Check the
number of
registration
Delete all
Delete selected
Storing/Changing
broadcasting service areas
and
Check the number of stored
TVlinks.
Delete all stored TVlinks.
Delete several stored TVlinks.
Mark a TVlink to delete and tap
tap [Delete data?] u [YES].
Storing broadcasting service areas
,
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
2
Tap [Channel setting]u[Current
area].
・
❖Information
・
On the TVlink list screen, touch and hold a TVlink to
display menus for displaying detailed information,
etc.
3
and
Available channels are searched.
Tap entry box, enter a title name
and tap [OK].
❖Information
・
Alternatively, tap [Select area] in Step 2 then select
area to make channel setting.
Changing broadcasting service areas
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
2
Tap [Channel list] to select a list
from registered channel lists.
・
and
Broadcasting service area is changed.
Applications 172
■
Using menus on the channel list
selection screen
Making User setting
Touch and hold the channel list selection
screen to display menus for displaying
information, setting, editing titles, deleting,
etc.
You can set, initialize, and reset watching
screen, data broadcasting screen.
Initializing settings
You can initialize the channel setting and
1Seg setting.
Changing numbers for TV
remote
Change TV remote number assigned to each
broadcasting station. Each broadcasting
station can be called up via the
corresponding TV remote number.
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
and
2
Tap [Channel list] u Tap a list you
want to change.
3
Touch and hold channel
information.
4
Tap [Remote control No.] u Tap a
broadcasting station you want to
change.
5
Tap remote control number you
want to store.
6
Tap x and [YES].
1
From the Home screen, tap
tap [1Seg].
and
2
Tap [User setting] u [Reset channel
setting]/[Reset 1Seg settings].
3
Tap [YES].
Applications 173
3
FM radio
You can listen to the FM radio with the
terminal. Tuning can be made automatically
or manually, and you can register your
favorite channels to Favorites. To use FM
radio, use a handsfree device such as Stereo
Headset with Microphone (Sample), etc. or a
headphone. They work as antenna.
Alternatively, tap
/
to search for channels.
・ The search ends when radio waves are
received.
・
4
Tap
, then tap [+ Add XX.X
to favorites].
5
Tap entry box, enter a name and
tap [Save].
Searching and registering
channels
1
2
・
6
Connect Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample) to the
terminal.
・
・
The frequency bands of searched
channels are registered to Favorites.
To stop the FM radio, tap
.
❖Information
For connection of Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample), see "Using
Stereo Headset with Microphone"
(P.194).
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [FM radio].
Tap , then tap [Search for
channels].
,
FM radio screen appears and selecting
channel starts automatically. You can
select channel by flicking the screen left
and right. To select channel
automatically furthermore, go to Step 3.
You can return to the Home screen to perform
another operation while listening to FM radio in the
background. To return to the FM radio screen, from
the Home screen, tap
then tap [FM radio], or drag
the status bar downward and tap [FM radio] on the
Notification panel.
・ When the docomo mini UIM card is not inserted, the
frequency band range is 87.5MHz - 108.0MHz. You
cannot listen to the FM radio programs in Japan.
・
Applications 174
■
FM radio screen
Camera
d
e
a
b
c
f
g
h
i
j
k
a
b
c
Monaural/stereo effect
Play in speaker/Play in handsfree
Channel point displayed in a good radio wave
condition
d On/Off of FM radio
e View optional menu
f Broadcasting station now listening
g Channel assigned to favorite
h Search channels automatically
i Move left to select next favorite
j Favorites saving/editing/tuning
k Move right to select next favorite
Switching the speaker and
handsfree device
1
2
On the FM radio screen, tap .
Tap [Play in speaker]/[Play in
headphones].
・
The sound output is switched to the
speaker/handsfree device.
You can shoot still picture and video by
tapping the shutter icon or screen. You can
hold the camera horizontally or vertically to
shoot still pictures (when shooting with 3D
Sweep Panorama/Sweep Multi Angle/Sweep
Panorama, hold the camera horizontally). For
recording videos, screen display supports
landscape only. Still pictures and videos are
saved automatically in the internal storage or
a microSD card.
Before using the camera
All pictures or videos that you capture on the
terminal are stored into the internal storage or
a microSD card. When saving to a microSD
card, insert a microSD card before using the
camera. You cannot take a photo while the
terminal is reading/writing data, for example
transferring a file from Media Go.
・ If you use microSD card with an i-mode
compatible terminal, photos and videos shot
by the terminal cannot be shown.
・ Avoid copyright infringements when you
handle photos, videos, or sound recorded
using the terminal, e.g. copy/edit. In addition,
avoid rights infringements of portraits by
using these photos without consent, altering
them or by other means. Note that capturing
・
Applications 175
or recording a stage performance,
entertainment or exhibition may be
prohibited even if for personal use.
About the Copyright and Portrait rights
Objects, such as movies, still images, and sounds,
recorded using the terminal are prohibited by the
copyright law from use without consent of the
copyright holders, unless intended for personal use
or any other purpose permitted by law. Also, using
or transformation of other person's portrait or
name without his or her permission may violate the
portrait right. When you present recorded images
or sounds in a public place such as on an Internet
home page, make sure to be aware of the copyright
and portrait right. Note that some performances,
shows, and exhibitions may not allow
photography, movie shooting, or sound recording
even for personal use. Transmission of images
related to copyright or beyond the scope provided
in the copyright law is not available.
■
Please be considerate of the privacy of
individuals around you when taking and
sending photos using camera-equipped
mobile phones.
If you cause the public any trouble using the
terminal, you may be punished under law or
regulations (for example, nuisance
prevention ordinance).
Note on 3D Sweep Panorama/Sweep
Multi Angle/Sweep Panorama
In the following cases, 3D Sweep Panorama/
Sweep Multi Angle/Sweep Panorama do not
work properly.
- Shooting a moving object
- Shooting the main object that is too close to
the camera
- Shooting an object with repetition of the
same pattern such as a sky, beach, grass, etc.
- Shooting a big object
- Shooting an object with constantly
changing pattern such as a wave, waterfall,
etc.
・ If shooting angle does not increase enough
for 3D Sweep Panorama/Sweep Multi Angle/
Sweep Panorama within a certain period of
time, the part which was not taken is recorded
in gray.
To avoid this, move the camera faster when
shooting.
・ Because two or more images are joined
together, joints may not recorded smoothly.
・ Images may be blurred or may not be taken in
a dark scene.
・ Under the flickering light source such as a
fluorescent light, you may not be able to
shoot properly since brightness or color
balance of joined image may be unstable.
・
Applications 176
If brightness, color balance and focus point of
whole image to be taken with 3D Sweep
Panorama/Sweep Multi Angle/Sweep
Panorama are radically different from those of
the focused image, image may not be shot
properly.
・ In the following cases, shooting for 3D Sweep
Panorama/Sweep Multi Angle/Sweep
Panorama may be stopped.
- Moved the camera too fast/too slow
- Blurred too much
- Moved the camera in the opposite direction
of the shooting
・
Notes on viewing pictures shot with
3D Sweep Panorama/Sweep Multi
Angle
Do not view 3D images shot by the terminal
with a 3D compatible monitor for a long time.
Doing so may cause unpleasant symptom
such as eyestrain, fatigue, feeling ill, etc.
・ For viewing 3D images, you are
recommended to take a proper break.
Necessary break length and frequency vary by
individual. Judge for yourself.
・ When you experience unpleasant symptom,
stop viewing 3D images until you get healed
up and seek the advice of a doctor if
necessary. Also refer to the manuals come
with the device for connecting to the terminal
or software.
・ Vision of child (especially younger than 7
years) is during development. Before a child
views 3D images, seek the advise of a doctor
such as pediatrics or ophthalmologist. Adults
should supervise a child for the above
precautions.
・
Applications 177
h
Shooting screen and key
operations
■
Still picture shooting screen
d e
a
b
f
❖Information
c
On the shooting screen, pinch-out/in or press
m to zoom in/out.
・ To end the camera, tap Navigation bar, then tap
x.
・
g h
■
Video shooting screen
d
e
a
Shooting still pictures
b
f
c
g h
a
b
c
d
Recent shooting history
・ Touch the icon on the shooting screen and flick it
to the left of the screen (up when in portrait view)
to display the last 5 shots.
・ Tap to open viewing/playback screen for still
pictures and videos.
・ Tap an icon displayed by touching and holding to
perform the following operations.
: View playback screen of photos and videos
: Share
: Delete
Capturing mode icon
Display area of icons showing selected settings
Icons showing set items
Display area of status icons showing selected
settings
e Switch icon for photo/video
f Navigation bar
g Shutter (still picture)
Start/Stop recording (video)
Shooting a still picture
Tap the shutter icon ( ) or screen to shoot
still pictures. Shot still pictures are
automatically saved in the internal storage/
microSD card.
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
and
The still picture shooting screen (P.178)
appears.
Applications 178
)
Tap the shutter icon ( ) on the shooting
screen.
・ To shoot still pictures using auto-focus
function, touch and hold the shutter
icon ( ) and release your finger when
the focus frame turns green and sound
beeps. A picture is taken as soon as you
release the finger. If the focus frame
turns red, auto-focus does not operate
correctly.
Shooting using Quick launch
■ Tapping the screen
❖Information
■ Tapping the shutter icon (
On the shooting screen, tap
u[Capturing method]u[Touch
capture]uTap the screen.
・ To shoot still pictures using auto-focus
function, touch and hold the screen
and release your finger when the focus
frame turns green and sound beeps. A
picture is taken as soon as you release
the finger. If the focus frame turns red,
auto-focus does not operate correctly.
❖Information
・
When you connect Stereo Headset with Microphone
(Sample), commercially available earphone set or
other Bluetooth device, shutter sound may be softer.
1
On the SIM card lock/screen unlock
screen, touch and hold
/
then drag to left.
・
・
If "Quick launch" (P.188) is set to
"Launch and capture", the camera is
activated to shoot a photo
immediately. Shot pictures are
automatically saved in the internal
storage/microSD card.
"Quick launch" (P.188) is set to "Launch and capture"
by default. The operation of Quick launch can be
selected from "Launch and capture" and "Launch
only".
Using zoom
1
On the shooting screen, press
m.
❖Information
On the shooting screen, pinch-in/out the screen to
zoom out/in.
・ Zoom is not available while using Front camera/3D
Sweep Panorama/Sweep Multi Angle/Sweep
Panorama.
・
Applications 179
Adjusting Exposure value
Setting face detection
1
On the shooting screen, tap the
shooting mode icon (P.178), then
tap [Normal].
2
On the shooting screen, tap
then [Exposure value].
3
Tap or drag the bar to adjust the
exposure value.
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
,
Face detection
You can use face detection to bring an offcenter face into focus. The camera
automatically detects up to 5 faces at a time.
A yellow frame indicates a face to focus on,
and white frames indicate the rest. An
appropriate face is determined by distance
from the camera and off-center balance, and
is focused automatically. You can also tap one
of the frames to select which face should be
in focus.
and
The still picture shooting screen (P.178)
appears.
2
On the shooting screen, tap the
shooting mode icon (P.178), then
tap [Normal].
3
On the shooting screen, tap ,
then tap "Focus mode" (P.186).
4
Tap
(Face detection).
❖Information
・
"Scenes" (P.185) is set to "Landscape"/"Night scene"/
"Document", Face detection cannot be used.
Taking a photo using face detection
1
With Face detection set, point the
camera at the subject.
・
2
Each detected face is framed (up to 5
faces).
Tap the frame you want to focus on
or let the camera select which face
to focus on without tapping.
・
A yellow frame shows the face in focus.
Applications 180
3
Taking a photo using smile detection
Shoot a picture.
For information on how to shoot
pictures, see "Shooting a still picture"
(P.178).
・ Shot pictures are automatically saved in
the internal storage/microSD card.
・
1
Each detected face is framed (up to 5
faces).
・ The camera selects which face to focus
on. A yellow frame shows the face in
focus.
・
Smile detection
Smile detection allows you to capture a face
just as it smiles. The camera detects up to 5
faces and selects 1 face for smile detection
and auto focus. A yellow frame shows which
face is selected. When the selected face
smiles, the frame turns to green and the
camera automatically takes a photo.
2
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
2
and
The still picture shooting screen (P.178)
appears.
On the shooting screen, tap ,
then tap "Smile detection" (P.186).
・
You can select smile level for the smile
detection feature from "Big smile"/
"Average smile"/"Small smile"/"Off". Set
"Off" to cancel smile detection.
The camera automatically takes
the photo when the subject in
focus smiles.
Shot pictures are automatically saved in
the internal storage/microSD card.
・ If no smile is detected, operate the
steps in "Shooting a still picture" (P.178)
to shoot a picture.
・
Setting smile detection
1
With Smile detection set, point the
camera at the subject.
Changing capturing mode
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
2
and
The still picture shooting screen (P.178)
appears.
On the shooting screen, tap the
capturing mode icon (P.178), then
select capturing mode.
Applications 181
Capturing mode
Item
Icon
Description
Capturing Select the shooting method.
mode
Scene The camera determines
recognition most suitable scene effect.
A corresponding scene
icon appears when the
scene is recognized.
Normal A standard shooting
mode.
Front
P.182
camera
P.183
3D
Sweep
Panorama
Sweep
Multi Angle
Sweep
Panorama
Using Front camera to shoot
pictures
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
and
The still picture shooting screen (P.178)
appears.
2
On the shooting screen, tap the
shooting mode icon (P.178), then
tap [Front camera].
3
Shoot a picture.
・
For information on how to shoot
pictures, see "Shooting a still picture"
(P.178).
❖Information
・
When using Front camera, "Self-timer", "Smile
detection", "Geotagging", "Capturing method", "Data
storage" can be set. Other "Still camera setting"
(P.185) are not supported by Front camera.
- Resolution for Front camera is "VGA". The resolution
cannot be changed.
- The settings take over the camera settings set at
the time when switching.
Applications 182
2
Using Sweep Panorama
Use Sweep Panorama to shoot panoramic
image with wide angle.
Aligning the white frame on the screen with
the black frame, move the camera slowly
toward the set shooting direction to shoot.
Using 3D Sweep Panorama allows you to
shoot 3D pictures.
・ Photos shot with 3D Sweep Panorama cannot
be displayed in 3D on the terminal. View them
with a 3D compatible monitor using a
microSD card etc.
・ Photos shot with Sweep Multi Angle can be
viewed three-dimensionally by tilting the
terminal left and right.
Setting 3D Sweep Panorama/Sweep
Multi Angle/Sweep Panorama
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
and
The still picture shooting screen (P.178)
appears.
On the shooting screen, tap the
shooting mode icon (P.178), then
tap [3D Sweep Panorama]/[Sweep
Multi Angle]/[Sweep Panorama].
Tap
to select "On" or "Off" for "Photo
light" (P.186).
・ For 3D Sweep Panorama, tap
to
select "Panorama image size" (P.186).
・ For Sweep Panorama, tap
to select
"Shooting direction" (P.188).
・
Using 3D Sweep Panorama/Sweep
Multi Angle/Sweep Panorama to
shoot pictures
1
With 3D Sweep Panorama/Sweep
Multi Angle/Sweep Panorama set,
point the camera at the subject.
2
Shoot a still picture.
For information on how to shoot
pictures, see "Shooting a still picture"
(P.178).
・ A white frame and big black frame
appear on the screen.
・
Applications 183
3
Aligning the white frame with the
black frame, slowly move the
camera from left to right.
If you change shooting direction for
Sweep Panorama, slowly move the
camera in the set direction.
・ Shot pictures are saved automatically in
the internal storage/microSD card.
3
・
・
Changing the recording
settings
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
2
and
The still picture shooting screen (P.178)
appears.
On the shooting screen, tap
then tap item to set.
,
Tap an option in the selected
setting.
If you change setting options, icons
displayed on the shooting screen
change to the set items.
❖Information
On the recording screen, tap
to display setting
items. Touch and hold an item and then drag it to the
area where setting item icons are displayed to
replace icons on the recording screen.
・ To delete a setting item icon displayed on the
recording screen, touch and hold an icon and drag it
to
displayed in the center of the screen.
・ Capturing mode icons and setting icons (P.178)
cannot be replaced or deleted.
・ Setting item icons cannot be changed or deleted
while using Front camera/3D Sweep Panorama/
Sweep Multi Angle/Sweep Panorama.
・
Several setting icons are displayed on
the shooting screen in advance. The
displayed setting icons change
depending on the setting conditions.
・ While using 3D Sweep Panorama/
Sweep Multi Angle/Sweep Panorama,
tap the setting item icon displayed on
the shooting screen to change the
setting.
・ For setting items and icons, see "Still
camera setting" (P.185).
・
Applications 184
Still camera setting
Item
Scenes
Icon
Description
Use Scenes to quickly set up the camera
for various scene conditions. Use when
"Capturing mode" is set to "Normal".
OFF
Adjust color shade or
brightness automatically.
Portrait Settings are optimized to
give brighter and warmer
skin tones.
Shoot landscape
Landscape depicting trees with vivid
color and focusing on
distant objects.
Night
Shoot a crisp and clear
scene
night scene. Due to long
exposure time, be careful
not to shake camera.
Night
Suitable for shooting
portrait
persons against the
nightscape background.
Due to long exposure
time, be careful not to
shake camera.
Beach Reconstruct beach and
and snow
snowy scene brightly and
vividly.
Sports To shoot fast-moving
object, shorten exposure
time to minimize motion
blurring.
Item
Scenes
Icon
Party
Description
Shoot an indoor picture
creating good
atmosphere of indoor
lighting. Due to long
exposure time, be careful
not to shake camera.
Use for shooting text or
Document graphics. It allows to
capture a clear, bright, and
easy to read text.
Resolution Select image sizes and aspect ratios
before shooting. An image with a higher
resolution requires more memory. Use
when "Capturing mode" is set to
"Normal"/"Scene recognition".
8MP
8 megapixel image size
4:3
with 4:3 aspect ratio.
Suitable for viewing on
normal size screen or
printing in high
resolution.
6MP
6 megapixel image size
16:9
with 16:9 aspect ratio. A
high resolution widescreen format. Suitable for
viewing on wide-screen.
2MP
2 megapixel image size
4:3
with 4:3 aspect ratio.
Suitable for viewing on
normal size screen.
2MP
2 megapixel image size
16:9
with 16:9 aspect ratio.
Suitable for viewing on
wide-screen.
Applications 185
Item
Icon
Description
Panorama Set image size for 3D Sweep Panorama
image size Use when "Capturing mode" is set to "3D
Sweep Panorama".
16:9
16:9 aspect ratio. Suitable
for viewing on widescreen.
Standard size for
Standard
Panorama image. Suitable
for Panorama shooting.
Photo light Use the photo light to shoot when
lighting conditions are poor or in
backlight.
On
The photo light turns on.
Off
The photo light does not
turn on.
Self-timer Use it to take self-portraits, or group
photos where everyone can be in the
photo. You can also use the self-timer to
avoid camera shake.
On
Shutter clicks 10 seconds
(10 sec.)
after tapping.
On
Shutter clicks 2 seconds
(2 sec.)
after tapping.
Off
Shutter clicks when
tapping.
Item
Smile
detection
Focus
mode
Exposure
value
Icon
Description
Shoot faces at the moment they smile.
The camera detects up to 5 faces and
selects 1 face for smile detection and
auto focus. When the selected face
smiles, the camera automatically shoots.
・ You can select smile level for the smile
detection feature.
Big
Shoot when a big smile is
smile
detected.
Average Shoot when a smile is
smile
detected.
Small Shoot when even a tiny
smile
smile is detected.
Off
Cancel smile detection.
Set focus controls. Use when "Capturing
mode" is set to "Normal".
Single The camera automatically
autofocus
focuses on the subject.
Multi
The camera automatically
autofocus
focuses on several points
on the shooting screen.
The white focus frames
turn to green if focused
on.
Face
P.180
detection
Touch Tap an object on the
focus
shooting screen. The
focus frame moves onto
the tapped place.
P.180
Applications 186
Item
ISO
White
balance
Icon
Description
Set ISO sensitivity. Shoot clear picture
reducing blur even in a place where
lightning is poor. Use when "Capturing
mode" is set to "Normal".
Auto Set to the appropriate
sensitivity between "100"
and "800".
100
Set sensitivity to 100.
200
Set sensitivity to 200.
400
Set sensitivity to 400.
800
Set sensitivity to 800.
The white balance setting adjusts the
color balance according to the light
source. Use when "Capturing mode" is
set to "Normal".
Auto
Adjust the color balance
automatically to the light
source.
Adjust the color balance
Incandescent for lighting like
incandescent bulb.
Adjust the color balance
Fluorescent for lighting like
fluorescent.
Daylight Adjust the color balance
for a sunny place.
Cloudy Adjust the color balance
for a cloudy sky or shaded
area.
Item
Metering
Image
stabilizer
Icon
Description
Measure the brightness on the shooting
screen to determine a well-balanced
exposure automatically. Use when
"Capturing mode" is set to "Normal".
Center Put emphasis at the
center of the shooting
screen and measure
photometry at whole
view finder to adjust the
exposure.
Average Adjust the exposure
based on the brightness
of the whole shooting
screen.
Spot
Measure photometry only
at the center of the
shooting screen to adjust
the exposure.
Compensate for photo blur caused by
small movements of the hand while
shooting. Use when "Capturing mode" is
set to "Normal".
On
Reduce blur.
Off
The stabilizer is not used.
Applications 187
Item
Icon
Description
Geotagging Tag photos location information for the
shooting spot.
Enable "Enabling Wireless networks to
find position" (P.209) or "Enabling GPS
function" (P.209) in the location
information service to add Geotag. For
details on location information, see
"Location services" (P.207).
・ Geotag (location information) enables
to specify the shooting spot of the
photo.
On
Location information is
added to the taken photo.
Off
Shooting location cannot
be viewed on a map.
Capturing Set the shooting method.
method
Set to shoot picture by
On-screen tapping the shutter icon
on the shooting screen.
button
Touch
Set to shoot picture by
capture
tapping the shooting
screen.
Shooting Set shooting direction for Sweep
direction Panorama. Use when "Capturing mode"
is set to "Sweep Panorama".
Right
Shoot moving the camera
from left to right.
Left
Shoot moving the camera
from right to left.
Down Shoot moving the camera
downward.
Up
Shoot moving the camera
upward.
Item
Quick
launch
Data
storage
Icon
Description
On the SIM card lock/screen unlock
screen, touch and hold
/
then
drag to left to activate the camera. Use
when "Capturing mode" is set to
"Normal"/"Scene recognition".
Launch Activate the camera to
and capture shoot a photo
immediately.
Launch Activate the camera.
only
Set the saving location for shot images.
Internal Save shot images in the
storage
internal storage.
SD card Save shot images in a
microSD card.
❖Note
・
Some settings cannot be used in combination with
one another.
Applications 188
・
Recording videos
Recording
Tap the start recording icon ( )/stop
recording icon ( ) or recording screen to
record video. For video recording screen, only
landscape screen is supported. Recorded
data is automatically saved in the internal
storage/microSD card.
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
Using Front video camera to record
1
On the recording screen, tap the
recording mode icon (P.178), then
tap [Front video].
2
Start/Stop recording.
and
Tap
on the photo/video switch
icon (P.178) to display the video
recording screen.
■ Tapping the start recording (
)/stop
recording ( ) icon
On the recording screen, tap to start
recordinguTap to stop recording.
■ Tapping the screen
On the recording screen, tap
u"Capturing method"u"Touch
capture"uTap the screen to start
recordinguTap the screen to stop
recording.
❖Information
・
When you connect Stereo Headset with Microphone
(Sample), commercially available earphone set or
other Bluetooth device, shutter sound may be softer.
・
For information on how to start/stop
recording, see "Recording" (P.189).
❖Information
・
For using Front video camera, "Video resolution",
"Self-timer", "Geotagging", "Microphone", "Capturing
method", "Data storage" can be set. Other "Video
camera setting" (P.190) are not supported by Front
video camera.
- The settings take over the video settings set at the
time when switching ("Video resolution" is
changed to "VGA").
Adjusting Exposure value
1
2
On the recording screen, tap ,
then [Exposure value].
Tap or drag the bar to adjust the
exposure value.
Do not cover the microphone with fingers etc. when
recording videos.
Applications 189
Video camera setting
Changing the recording
settings
1
From the Home screen, tap
[Camera].
・
2
and
Tap
on the photo/video switch
icon (P.178) to display the video
recording screen.
On the shooting screen, tap
then tap item to set.
,
Several setting icons are displayed on
the shooting screen in advance. The
displayed setting icons change
depending on the setting conditions.
・ For setting items and icons, see "Video
camera setting" (P.190).
・
3
Tap an option in the selected
setting.
・
If you change setting options, icons
displayed on the shooting screen
change to the set items.
❖Information
Item
Scenes
Icon
Description
Use Scenes to quickly set up the camera
for various scene conditions.
Off
Adjust color shade or
brightness automatically.
Portrait Settings are optimized to
give brighter and warmer
skin tones.
Shoot landscape
Landscape depicting trees with vivid
color and focusing on
distant objects.
Night
Suitable for dark places.
Beach Reconstruct beach and
and snow
snowy scene brightly and
vividly.
Sports To record fast-moving
object, shorten exposure
time to minimize motion
blurring.
Party
Shoot an indoor picture
creating good
atmosphere of indoor
lighting.
On the recording screen, tap
to display setting
items. Touch and hold an item and then drag it to the
area where setting item icons are displayed to
replace icons on the recording screen.
・ To delete a setting item icon displayed on the
recording screen, touch and hold an icon and drag it
to
displayed in the center of the screen.
・ Capturing mode icons and setting icons (P.178)
cannot be replaced or deleted.
・
Applications 190
Item
Video
resolution
Icon
Description
Full HD Full wide HD format with
16:9 aspect ratio.
1920u1080 pixels Use
when "Capturing mode" is
set to "Video camera".
HD
HD format with 16:9
720p
aspect ratio.
1280u720 pixels Use
when "Capturing mode" is
set to "Video camera".
VGA
VGA format with 4:3
aspect ratio.
640u480 pixels
QVGA
VGA format with 4:3
aspect ratio.
320u240 pixels Use when
"Capturing mode" is set to
"Front video camera".
Photo light Use the photo light to record when
lighting conditions are poor or in
backlight.
On
The photo light turns on.
Off
The photo light does not
turn on. Sometimes the
video quality can be
better without a photo
light, even if lighting
conditions are poor.
Recording a good video
without using the photo
light requires a steady
hand.
Item
Self-timer
Focus
mode
Exposure
value
White
balance
Icon
Description
Use it to record group videos where
everyone can be in the video.
On
Start recording 10
(10 sec.)
seconds after tapping.
On
Start recording 2 seconds
(2 sec.)
after tapping.
Off
Start recording when
tapping.
Single The camera automatically
autofocus
focuses on the subject.
Face
P.180
detection
P.189
The white balance setting adjusts the
color balance according to the light
source.
Auto
Adjust the color balance
automatically to the light
source.
Adjust the color balance
Incandescent for lighting like
incandescent bulb.
Adjust the color balance
Fluorescent for lighting like
fluorescent.
Daylight Adjust the color balance
for a sunny place.
Cloudy Adjust the color balance
for a cloudy sky or shaded
area.
Applications 191
Item
Metering
Image
stabilizer
Icon
Description
Measure the brightness on the shooting
screen to determine a well-balanced
exposure automatically.
Center Put emphasis at the
center of the shooting
screen and measure
photometry at whole
view finder to adjust the
exposure.
Average Adjust the exposure
based on the brightness
of the whole shooting
screen.
Spot
Measure photometry only
at the center of the
shooting screen to adjust
the exposure.
Compensate for movements of the
camera while recording a video.
On
Reduce blur.
Off
The stabilizer is not used.
Item
Icon
Description
Geotagging Tag videos location information for the
shooting spot.
Enable "Enabling Wireless networks to
find position" (P.209) or "Enabling GPS
function" (P.209) in the location
information service to add Geotag. For
details on location information, see
"Location services" (P.207).
・ Geotag (location information) enables
to specify the shooting spot of the
video.
On
Location information is
added to the shot video.
Off
Shooting location cannot
be viewed on a map.
Microphone Select whether to pick up the
surrounding sound when recording
videos.
On
Pick up the surrounding
sound when recording
videos.
Off
Do not pick up the
surrounding sound when
recording videos.
Capturing Set the shooting method.
method
Set to start/stop recording
On-screen videos by tapping the
record starting/stopping
button
icon.
Touch
Set to start/stop recording
capture
by tapping the shooting
screen.
Applications 192
Item
Data
storage
Icon
Description
Set the saving location for recorded
videos.
Internal Save recorded videos in
storage
the internal storage.
SD card Save recorded videos in a
microSD card.
❖Note
・
Some settings cannot be used in combination with
one another.
Playing multimedia
content
Photos or videos that you took with the
terminal or multimedia contents (music,
photos, videos, etc.) saved in the internal
storage or microSD card are viewed/played in
"Media Player", "WALKMAN", "Albums", etc.
The terminal can play the following
multimedia contents:
Type
Sound
Still
image
Video
File format
WAV (PCM, G.711) (.wav), AAC (.3gp, .m4a,
.mp4), AAC+ (.3gp, .m4a, .mp4), eAAC+
(.3gp, .m4a, .mp4), MP3 (.mp3), AMR-NB
(.3gp), AMR-WB (.3gp), MIDI (SP-MIDI/GM/
GML (.mid), XMF (.xmf ), Mobile XMF 1.0
(.mxmf ), RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl, .rtx), OTA (.ota),
iMelody (.imy)), Ogg Vorbis (.ogg), FLAC
(.flac), PIFF (.isma)
JPEG (.jpeg, .jpg), GIF (.gif ), PNG (.png), BMP
(.bmp), WEBP (.webp)
H263 (.3gp, .mp4), H264 AVC (.3gp, .mp4),
MPEG-4 SP (.3gp), VP8 (.webm, .mkv), Xvid
(.avi), Quicktime (.mov), PIFF (.ismv)
Applications 193
Copyright protected content
Avoid copyright infringements when you
handle photos, videos, or sound recorded
using the terminal, e.g. copy/edit. In addition,
avoid rights infringements of portraits by
using these photos without consent, altering
them or by other means. Note that capturing
or recording a stage performance,
entertainment or exhibition may be
prohibited even if for personal use.
Using Stereo Headset with
Microphone
1
Connect the plug of Stereo
Headset with Microphone
(Sample) to headset connector of
the terminal.
・
Please be considerate of the privacy of
individuals around you when taking and
sending photos using camera-equipped
mobile phones.
Check the connecting direction to
connect correctly. Wrong connection
may cause damage.
Microphone
Switch
Headset
connector
❖Information
When you listen to Media Player/WALKMAN/FM
radio with Stereo Headset with Microphone (Sample)
connecting to the terminal, you can switch on/off by
pressing the switch of Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample). However, operation may differ
depending on the conditions of use.
・ When using the supplied 1Seg antenna cable,
connect Stereo Headset with Microphone (Sample)
with the 1Seg antenna cable, then connect with the
terminal. (P.167)
・
Applications 194
When you do not watch 1Seg, Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample) can be used without the 1Seg
antenna cable.
・ If receiving a call when using Stereo Headset with
Microphone (Sample), music or 1Seg program stops,
and the ringtone sounds.
- If receiving a call when using Media Player, playing
music resumes by tapping the play key on the
Media Player screen after the call ends.
- If receiving a call when using WALKMAN, playing
music resumes when the call ends.
- If receiving a call while watching 1Seg program,
1Seg program restarts by displaying 1Seg screen
after call.
・ If you connect a commercially available earphone
set, sound may not be output depending on the
earphone set.
Album
Images, photos and videos you took can be
viewed and played. Also, use Media Go to
transfer content to the terminal and to take
content from an external device. For details,
refer to "Using microUSB cable" (P.149).
Viewing photo/video
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Album].
・
,
A list of pictures appears.
❖Information
・
Depending on the number of saved images, it may
take some times to load images.
Applications 195
■
Album screen
■
b
Still picture viewing screen
c
cd
a
def
e
a
b
a
Pictures tab
・ Pictures are displayed in a list separated by
months.
b Maps tab
・ Geotagging images appear on a map.
c Show album list
d View optional menu
e Online tab
・ Images in albums in synchronized online services.
a
My location info(location information)
・ For geotagged images, tap to view map.
b Shooting date and time
c Back to the image list
d View share menu
e Delete image
f View optional menu
❖Information
・
Viewing photos
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Album].
・
2
,
A list of pictures appears.
・
・
Tap a photo.
・
・
The photo is played.
Tap the screen to display information
such as shooting date, option menu
icons, etc.
・
・
appears on an image shot with 3D Sweep
Panorama/Sweep Multi Angle. Tap it to play or pause
the image.
Photos shot with 3D Sweep Panorama cannot be
displayed in 3D on the terminal. View them with a 3D
compatible monitor using a microSD card etc.
Photos shot with Sweep Multi Angle can be viewed
three-dimensionally by tilting the terminal left and
right.
Pinch-out/in on the photo viewing screen to zoom
in/out image.
The items vary depending on the selected file.
Applications 196
❖Information
Playing video
1
・
2
,
A list of pictures appears. icon is
displayed on the video files.
Tap a video and tap
・
.
Video is played.
Operating image files
Sharing image files
You can share image files by attaching to
Gmail or Email, uploading to Picasa or
Google+, or sending to other devices via
Bluetooth or infrared communication.
1
Tap an image file to share in the
Album screen.
2
Tap the screen and
3
Select sharing method for image
file.
・
・
On the image file list screen, tap , tap [Select
items], then select image file to operate. You can
operate several files as a group.
Tap [Infrared] to show infrared communication guide.
Tap [OK] to start sending. For details on infrared
communication, see "Using infrared communication"
(P.153).
・ Tap [Play on device] to display the connection device
selection screen (if you do not connect Wi-Fi network
in advance, tap [Settings] to display the setting
screen for Wireless & networks). Select a device
detected on the connection device selection screen,
and tap the device name to play on to share a file
between a DLNA device and the terminal.
・ For shared files, file size and the file type are not
particularly limited, but may be limited by the
application to transfer. DRM content cannot be
shared.
・
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Album].
.
Menu for sharing image file appears.
Tap [See all...] to display all share menus.
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions.
・ The items vary depending on the
selected file.
・ Some items cannot be operated in
some image files.
・
Applications 197
Deleting image files
1
On the photo viewing screen/
video playing screen, tap the
screen and tap u[OK].
・
Image file is deleted.
❖Information
・
On the image file list screen, tap , tap [Select
items], then select image file to delete. You can
delete several files as a group.
Using optional menu
View slideshow, edit image, set image to
phonebook entry or as wallpaper, check
shooting date and time, etc.
1
2
On the photo viewing screen/
video playing screen, tap the
screen and tap .
From the displayed menu, select
item you want to use.
The items vary depending on the
selected file.
・ Some items cannot be operated in
some image files.
・
YouTube
YouTube is a free online video streaming
service. You can play, search for and upload
videos.
・ A packet communication charge is applied
when downloading or uploading video
content using mobile networks.
Playing YouTube video
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [YouTube].
・
・
2
,
YouTube video list screen appears.
You can tap [BROWSE] to select video
from each category.
Tap a video to play it.
Tap the screen to display the play
control keys which you can switch Play/
Pause.
・ Double-tap the screen to switch
landscape/portrait.
・ In landscape, drag the marker on the
progress bar at the bottom of the play
screen left or right to change playing
point.
・ Tap x to stop playing and return to
the video list screen.
・ To quit YouTube, tap y.
・
Applications 198
❖Information
For movies with caption function which can display
subtitles, "CC" appears on the playback screen in the
landscape mode. Tap [CC] to set the caption
function.
・
Playing YouTube videos in high
quality
1
While playing a video, double-tap
the screen to switch to the
landscape screen.
2
Tap the screen to display the play
control keys, then tap [HD]/[HQ].
❖Information
A video plays in high quality when Wi-Fi is
connected.
・ On the YouTube screen, tap
, then tap
[Settings]u[General] then mark [High quality on
mobile] checkbox to always play video in high
quality even when mobile network is connected.
・
Searching for a video with
keywords
1
2
3
4
Tap .
Enter the search keyword.
Tap the displayed candidates list
or
.
Flick the result up and down and
tap a video you want to play.
Deleting search history
1
Tap
and tap
[Settings]u[Search].
2
[Clear search history]uTap [OK].
Applications 199
Connecting the terminal to
TV to watch photos and
videos
This terminal supports MHL connection.
Using commercially available HDMI adapter
etc., you can connect the terminal to an HDMI
compatible TV. Connect to a TV to display
photos and videos on the TV screen.
3
❖Information
・
・
・
・
Connecting to TV to activate an
application by TV launcher
1
Connect the terminal with the
Home screen or Application screen
displayed to a TV using HDMI
adapter.
■ When the Home screen is displayed
・ Activate TV launcher automatically.
■ When the Applications screen is
・
2
displayed
,
appears on the status bar. Also,
drag the status bar downwards and tap
[TV launcher] to activate TV launcher.
Flick an icon left or right to select
application you want to use.
・
・
・
・
While MHL is connected, drag the status bar
downwards and tap [MHL connected] to make
output settings etc.
On the TV launcher screen, select an album art in
WALKMAN at the upper left to display WALKMAN
screen.
On the TV launcher screen, select [Home] to display
the Home screen of the terminal.
On the TV launcher screen, select [Add] or tap
u[Add] and select the desired shortcut to add to
the TV launcher screen.
On the TV launcher screen, tap u[Rearrange] to
rearrange shortcuts on the TV launcher screen.
On the TV launcher screen, tap u[Delete] to
delete shortcuts on the TV launcher screen.
Removing the terminal severs connection, however,
TV may remain to HDMI input mode. Follow the
instructions on the TV to switch to digital terrestrial
television mode, etc.
When you do not use MHL connection, remove the
HDMI adapter and cancel MHL connection. If the
HDMI cable remains connected, the battery may be
consumed quickly.
Switch TV to HDMI input mode.
・
The screen of the terminal is shown on
the TV screen.
Applications 200
・
Media Player
❖Information
Play back videos and music stored on a
microSD card using Media Player.
・ For information on how to copy music and
video data from a PC, see "Using microUSB
cable" (P.149).
・ For information on file formats of playable
data, see "Playing multimedia content" (P.193).
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Media Player].
・
■
You can change names of "Songs", "Artists" and
"Albums" tabs. To change names, tap
and tap
[Settings]uTap [Arrange icons], touch and hold an
icon to change its name then drag to any of [Songs]/
[Artists]/[Albums] then tap [Apply].
・
Playing music/video
1
Activating Media Player
1
Activate dmarket.
b
,
A song list appears.
Tap [Songs]/[Artists]/[Albums] to
change order of the song list.
・ Tap [Movie] to display video list.
・
・
,
A song list in Media Player appears.
Media Player screen.
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Media Player].
2
Tap a song or video.
・
The playback screen appears to start
playback.
❖Information
・
If you reset the terminal (P.146), contents protected
by Digital Rights Management (DRM) cannot be
played.
c
a
d
a
Songs/Artists/Albums tab
・ Switch display setting for song list.
View optional menu
Movie tab
・ Show a video list.
d Store tab
b
c
Applications 201
■
Music playback screen
■
Video playback screen
b
b
c
a
c
d
a
e
d
e
f
e
f
g
h
i
a
b
Back to song list
Playback point
・ Appears when album art is tapped.
c View optional menu
d Album art
e Show track information
f Repeat OFF/Repeat ON/1 track repeat
g Shuffle OFF/Shuffle ON
h Go back to the beginning of the track or to the
previous track/Play or pause/Skip to the next track
i Volume control
・ Alternatively, press m during playback to
adjust volume.
g
a
b
c
d
e
Back to video list
Playback point
View optional menu
Show video information
Auto-rotate screen ON/OFF
・ Tap
to turn red and disable Auto-rotate
screen.
f Go back to the beginning of the video or to the
previous video/Play or pause/Skip to the next video
g Volume control
・ Alternatively, press m during playback to
adjust volume.
❖Information
・
While in landscape mode, tap the screen to display
option menu icons etc.
Applications 202
Editing songs in playlist
Play list
You can play back songs in the order you
decided using playlist.
1
・
Creating a playlist
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Media Player].
・
2
Drag up and down
in song to change
order and tap [Save]u[OK].
A song list appears.
If playlists are not displayed, tap and
tap [Settings]u[Arrange icons], and
then touch and hold [Play list] to drag
to any of [Songs]/[Artists]/[Albums]
then tap [Apply]
3
Tap [Create new] and enter the
access point name and tap [OK].
4
Tap [Add songs to playlist] and
select songs you want to add.
Playlist editing screen appears.
■ Changing order of the songs
,
■ Deleting songs from playlist
Tap [Play list].
・
Tap [Play list] on the songs screen,
then select a playlist to edit and
tap [Edit].
Tap a track to delete and tap [Save]u[OK].
Deleting playlist
1
2
3
Tap [Play list] and tap [Edit].
Tap a playlist you want to delete.
Tap [Save]u[OK].
・
"Recently added songs", "Recently
played songs", and "Most played songs"
playlists cannot be deleted.
You can also select songs from "Artists"
and "Albums".
・
on the selected song turns red and
the song is added to Play list by each
tap.
・
5
Tap [Apply]u[Save]u[OK].
Applications 203
Setting up Timescape
Timescape™
Timescape™ (hereinafter referred to as
Timescape) displays various information such
as Facebook, Foursquare, Twitter or mixi
updates, etc. in chronological order. You can
see a tile preview of events before choosing
to view the full content. With (infinite
button), you can view all communication
information related to the registered
contacts.(P.206)
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
・
・
To make best use of Timescape, you can set up your
social networking service (SNS) account.
Note that, you cannot view emails of Gmail or other
Email application accounts in Timescape.
If you do not have a Facebook account, you can
create a new account at http://www.facebook.com/.
If you do not have a Foursquare account, you can
create a new account at https://foursquare.com/.
If you do not have a Twitter account, you can create a
new account at http://www.twitter.com/.
If you do not have a mixi account, you can create a
new account at http://mixi.jp/ (in Japanese only).
You can check the update of set Facebook,
Foursquare, Twitter or mixi by Timescape.
・
The first time you start Timescape, a setup
wizard will guide you the necessary steps to
set up account.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Timescape™].
,
2
3
Tap a tile.
If you want, enter your Facebook/
Foursquare/Twitter/mixi account
information.
4
Tap [Done].
❖Information
In the setup wizard, tap [Extension search] on the
account registration screen to connect to Google
Play and search new services for Timescape.
・ After completion of setup wizard, you can change
the settings. On the Timescape screen, tap
and
tap [Settings]u[Set up services].
・ If the automatic update of Facebook/Foursquare/
Twitter/mixi is set, you can check information update
sooner; however, the battery runs out quickly. To
save the battery, set to manual update.
・
Applications 204
Displaying tiles by service
Timescape screen
Apply filters to narrow tiles to display by
service.
a
b
c
1
Filter Icon
d
a
b
View optional menu
Latest comment
・ Display the latest comments posted to Facebook/
Foursquare/Twitter/mixi.
c Tile
・ Display various information such as Facebook,
Foursquare, Twitter or mixi friends updates in
chronological order.
d Filter
・ Tap a filter icon to narrow the information down
to a certain type.
・ Display order of filters may differ.
Tap the filter icons on the
Timescape screen.
Displayed tile
All tiles
Updates from your Facebook contacts
Updates from your Foursquare contacts
Updates from your Twitter contacts
Updates from your mixi contacts
Refreshing the Timescape screen
When you refresh the Timescape screen, the
terminal connects to the Internet to update
information from your Facebook, Foursquare,
Twitter and mixi whose accounts are set in
Timescape.
1
On the Timescape screen, tap
and tap [Refresh].
Previewing tiles in Timescape
Select a tile to view the content on the tile.
1
Flick a tile up and left to display a
tile to check.
Applications 205
Posting to Facebook, Foursquare,
Twitter, mixi from Timescape
1
On the Timescape screen, tap
and tap [Update status].
2
Mark the service you want to post
and tap [Continue].
3
Enter the text and tap [Post].
Tile icons
The following icons on a tile indicate a type of
event.
Icon
Event
A Facebook update. Tap the tile to
display the update.
A Foursquare update. Tap the tile to
display the update.
A Twitter update. Tap the tile to display
the update.
A mixi update. Tap the tile to display the
update.
The infinite button in
Timescape
When you tap a tile, (infinite button) may
appear in the upper right corner. By tapping
, you can view the communication log by
registered information in the contacts or tile
filter event.
Viewing the registered information of
contacts in Timescape
1
On the Timescape screen, tap a
tile.
2
Tap
・
.
Communication logs and information
related to the selected tile by event
appear. Flick the filter at the bottom of
the screen to switch displayed
information.
Displaying detailed information for a
tile
1
2
Flick a tile up and left to display a
tile to check.
Tap a tile.
・
A detailed information screen appears
for the tile.
Applications 206
Timescape settings
Displaying the Timescape setting
screen
1
On the Timescape screen, tap
and tap [Settings].
・
You can set the following operations.
Set your Facebook/Foursquare/
Twitter/mixi account information to
be updated manually/automatically
when Timescape is activated.
Timescape™ Change a content type displayed in
content
Timescape.
Set up services Set Facebook/Foursquare/Twitter/
mixi account or search new service
of Timescape.
Update mode
Location services
There are two ways to find your location,
using Mobile networks with Wi-Fi (Wireless
network) or GPS. Wireless network
technology determines your position fast but
accuracy may vary. If you use GPS technology
it may take a little longer, but it will find your
exact position. You can enable both Wireless
network and GPS to benefit from both
technologies when trying to find your
position.
GPS function
The terminal has a GPS receiver that uses
satellite signals to calculate your location.
Some GPS features use the Internet. Data
rates and charges may apply.
When you use functions that require the GPS
receiver to find your location, make sure you
have a clear view of the sky. If the GPS
receiver does not find your location after a
few minutes, you should move to another
location. To help the search, stand still and do
not cover the Xi/GPS/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
antenna (P.22). The first time you use the GPS
it may take up to 10 minutes before your
location is found.
Applications 207
Use the GPS system with great care. DOCOMO
is not liable for any damage caused by
abnormality of the system.
・ Note that DOCOMO shall have no liabilities for
any purely economic loss including those due
to missing a chance to check the
measurement (communication) results
because of external factors (including the
running out of the battery), such as a failure,
malfunction, or any other problems of the
terminal or the power failure.
・ You cannot use the terminal as a navigation
device for an aircraft, vehicle, and person.
Note that DOCOMO shall have no liabilities
whatsoever even if you suffer damage or loss
while performing a navigation using the
location information.
・ You cannot use the terminal as a highaccuracy measurement GPS. Note that
DOCOMO shall have no liabilities whatsoever
even if you suffer damage or loss due to a
deviation of the location information.
・ The GPS signals cannot be easily received
near a vehicle's sun visor with metal parts.
・ GPS is operated by the U.S. Department of
Defense. The department controls the
accuracy of the system, and manages the
system. Therefore, GPS radio wave condition
may be controlled (degradation of accuracy,
suspension of radio wave transmission, etc.) at
・
the discretion of the U.S. Department of
Defense.
・ Some wireless communications products
(mobile phone, data detectors and some
others) block satellite signals and also causes
instability of signal reception.
・ Some map displays based on location
information (latitude/longitude information)
may be not accurate due to some countries'
or regions' regulations.
■
Where radio waves are difficult to
receive
Note that radio waves may not be received
or it may be difficult to receive radio waves
in the following conditions, since GPS uses
radio waves from a satellite.
・ Inside or immediately under a building
・ Inside a bag or box
・ Inside or under a thick covering of trees
・ In a car, inside a train compartment
・ When there are obstructions (people or
objects) near the terminal
・ Inside a basement or tunnel, and below
the ground or water
・ In buildings-clustered or residential area
・ Near a high-voltage cable
・ Bad weather such as heavy rain or snow
Applications 208
❖Note
If some of the GPS functions are not available, or if
none of them are, check that your contract includes
the use of the Internet, and see "Wireless & networks"
(P.112).
・ NTT DOCOMO is not liable for navigation services or
for the accuracy of location services.
・
5
[Google's location service] checkbox is
marked.
・ Wireless network users' location
information is stored without specifying
who they are. Some location
information is stored even when the
application is not running.
・
Enabling GPS function
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Settings].
2
3
4
Tap [Location services].
Tap [GPS satellites].
Read the note and tap [Agree].
・
,
[GPS satellites] checkbox is marked.
Enabling Wireless networks to find
position
・
Enable to search a current location using
mobile network and Wi-Fi.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Settings].
,
2
3
4
Tap [Location services].
Tap [Google's location service].
Read the note and tap [Agree].
Read the note on location
information and tap [Agree].
Using Google Maps
The Google Maps application lets you view
your current location, find other locations
and calculate routes. When you start the
Google Maps application, your approximate
location is shown using information from
nearby mobile towers. Your location is
updated with a more precise position when
the GPS receiver finds your location.
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
Make sure to enable the location information service
setting before trying to get your position.
To use Google Maps, enable data connection (LTE/
3G/GPRS) or connect to Wi-Fi.
Google Maps does not cover the whole world.
Only using LTE/3G/Wi-Fi connection may not detect
some locations.
Google may provide updated service or function.
Applications 209
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
Tap [Maps].
・
・
.
If a message appears, tap [OK].
A map screen appears.
Finding the current location on the
map
1
On the map screen, tap
Searching for a location you want to
look at
1
2
On the map screen, tap
Fill out the search box.
3
Tap
4
Tap a destination.
.
The blinking blue arrow shows the
current location.
・ If you tap , the terminal's
geomagnetic compass links the
direction displayed on the map.
・
Viewing Street View
・
Street View does not cover some areas.
1
Touch and hold a spot on the map
that you are going to look at in
Street View.
2
3
Tap the displayed call-out.
Tap
(Street View)u[OK].
On the Street View display, tap and
tap [Compass mode]. The compass in
Street View shows the same direction
as the terminal's geomagnetic
compass.
・ Uncovered area for Street View appears
in light gray.
・
.
You can enter addresses, city names,
business types and institution names
(for example, London and art museum).
・ If a list of places searched or referred
previously appears on the screen, tap
an address, etc. on the list to check the
location on the map.
・
.
Search result appears on the map.
If "RESULTS LIST" appears, tap [RESULTS
LIST] to select the place to view.
・ When "Did you mean:" appears on the
map, you can tap [Did you mean:] to
select the place to view.
・
・
・
A detailed information screen appears.
❖Information
On the detailed information screen, you can check
the route or phone number for the searched
location. The items displayed vary depending on the
location.
・ On the map screen, tap
to select a category such
as "Restaurants", "Cafes" and show it on the map.
・
Applications 210
Zooming in or out on a map
1
Pinch out or in.
❖Information
・
Alternatively, double-tap the screen to zoom in.
Changing the layers
Receiving guides
Google Maps helps you receive detailed
guides for your destination.
1
2
You can select information to overlay on the
map.
1
2
On the map screen, tap .
Tap the information you want to
view.
・
Traffic information and routes are not
available in all locations.
Traffic
Satellite
Terrain
Transit Lines
Latitude
My Maps
Wikipedia
Show traffic condition.
Display satellite photo.
Display geological formation.
Show route information.
Join Latitude.
View My Maps that you create on a
PC. Only viewing : You cannot create
My Maps on the terminal.
Display .
Tap
to display a Wikipedia article
related to the location.
On the map screen, tap .
Enter a start point in the upper
entry field, and an end point in the
lower entry field.
・
Alternatively, tap at the right of the
text box to select a Start point and End
point from [My current location]/
[Contacts]/[Point on map]/[My Places].
3
Select a transportation from
(Driving)/
(Transit)/
(Walking).
4
Tap [GET DIRECTIONS].
■ Going by car/on foot
Direction is shown on a map.
■ Going by public transport
Trip list appears. Tap a trip to view details.
❖Information
・
The "Navigation" application is displayed if you tap
. With "Navigation" application, you can use easy
route search with My Location as Start point.
Applications 211
Clearing the Maps
Joining Latitude
Clear displayed layers, route search results
and some others.
1
1
On the map screen, tap
[Clear Map].
・
・
and tap
If there is nothing to clear, "Clear Map" is
displayed in light gray.
Checking where a friend is by
Google Latitude
Google Latitude enables you to share
location information with your friends on the
map.
You need to set up a Google account (P.134)
and join Latitude and invite a friend who
gives his or her location information, or to
receive an invitation from him or her.
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Latitude].
2
,
If My Location function is disabled, a
message appears. Tap [Settings], then
enable the function of "Enabling
Wireless networks to find position"
(P.209) or "Enabling GPS function"
(P.209).
Tap [MAP VIEW].
❖Information
To set or log out from Latitude, tap
on the map
screen, then tap [Settings]u[Location settings] to
display a screen for the operation.
・ For details of Latitude, tap
on the map screen,
then tap [Help] to view the mobile help.
・
Applications 212
Creating a schedule in Calendar
Calendar
The terminal has a built-in calendar for the
schedule. If you have a Google account, you
can synchronize the terminal's calendar and
web calendar. See "Accounts & sync" (P.134).
・ When you register Google account, tap the
Google account displayed in "Accounts &
sync" and a sync item "Sync Calendar". You
can create schedule etc.
Setting the calendar view
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Calendar].
2
Tap [Month]/[Week]/[Day] to
select.
,
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Calendar].
2
3
Tap
at the upper right.
Enter a schedule name, date, and
time.
If you have two or more calendar
accounts, select one.
4
,
5
If necessary, select the repetition
intervals of the calendar.
6
Select the notification intervals of
the schedule.
・
Tap to add a new notification into
the schedule.
7
Enter a place and some others of
schedule.
8
Tap [Save].
❖Information
・
Tap
in "More" and flick the screen to set "Time
zone", "Guests (Email addresses)", "Show me as:", and
"Privacy".
Applications 213
Viewing schedule in Calendar
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Calendar].
,
Flick the calendar left or right to display
the next or previous month/week/day
according to the view mode.
・ Tap
to display date and time set on
the terminal.
・ Pinch out/in on the weekly or daily
schedule screen to zoom in/out
calendar.
・
2
Tap a schedule you want to
display.
Releasing the reminder of a
schedule or setting the snooze
1
・
・
2
3
❖Information
While the Calendar is displayed, tap
and [My
calendars] to synchronize with the docomo account.
You can view the events created in "Schedule"
application in the Calendar.
・ If you log in to Facebook, tap [Sync Calendar] in the
"Facebook inside Xperia™" (P.136) to display events
in Facebook in the Calendar.
If a reminder icon ( ) appears in
the status bar, drag the bar
downward.
・
The notification panel opens.
The reminder icon appears at set
Notification time.
Tap a schedule.
Tap [Snooze all] or [Dismiss all].
If you have any schedules on hold, they
appear on the same screen.
・ If you tap [Snooze all], all the alarms
sound again 5 minutes later.
(Snooze is a function that sounds the
alarm some time later even though you
stop it.)
・
Searching events in Calendar
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Calendar].
2
3
Tap
and [Search].
Enter a keyword in the search box
and tap
.
・
,
Search results appear. Tap an event to
view details.
Applications 214
Changing calendar settings
Alarm & clock
Set Calendar view, reminder notifications,
ringtone, vibration, reminder time.
1
2
3
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Calendar].
Tap
and tap [Settings].
Select an item to change.
,
With "Alarm & clock" application, you can set
an alarm and use world clock, stopwatch and
timer.
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
Tap [Alarm & clock].
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Clock display
・ Tap to view date and time (P.146) setting screen.
Add alarm
Alarms set
Display clock in full screen
View alarm screen
View world clock
View stop watch
View timer
Delete set alarm
Applications 215
3
Setting alarm
1
From the Home screen, tap
then [Alarm & clock].
・
2
,
The alarm list screen appears.
Tap [Add alarm].
An alarm setting screen appears. You
can set the following items.
・ Tap [Advanced alarm settings] to view
all setting items.
・
Set time.
Set a day of the week for the alarm.
Set alarm sound.
Set time interval to sound the
ringtone again after stopping the
ringtone.
Alarm text
Enter texts that appear while alarm
is sounding.
Style settings Mark the checkbox to display an
image while alarm is sounding.
Vibrate
Mark to vibrate at the alarm time.
Alarm volume Drag the slider left or right to adjust
the level.
Alarm in silent Mark to sound alarm even in silent
mode
mode.
Side keys
Select an effect when pressing
m while alarm is sounding.
behavior
Auto silent time Set time interval until alarm
automatically stops.
Time
Repeat
Alarm sound
Snooze
duration
Tap [Done].
・
Return to the alarms list screen.
❖Information
To switch on/off alarm, from the alarm list screen, tap
or touch and hold an alarm that is set, then tap
[Turn alarm on]/[Turn alarm off ].
・ When an alarm is turned on, the line under
lights
blue.
・
Deleting the alarm
1
On the alarm list screen, tap
and mark alarm to delete.
2
Tap [Delete]u[Yes].
・
The number of marked alarms appears
on the "Delete" button.
❖Information
・
Alternatively, on the alarm list screen, touch and hold
an alarm you want to delete, then tap [Delete
alarm]u[Yes] to delete the alarm.
Applications 216
Stopping an alarm while the alarm is
sounding
1
While alarm is sounding, touch
and hold
and drag it to the
right.
❖Information
Display the date and time in cities around the
world.
From the Home screen, tap
then [Alarm & clock].
2
Tap [World clock].
3
4
Tap [Add city].
Select a city.
・
,
The list screen of the world clock
appears.
❖Information
Tap
to display date and time set on the terminal
in full screen.
・ Add a city and tap
, then flick the list of added
cities left and right to check date and time
corresponding to the terminal's settings.
・
1
On the world clock list screen, tap
.
Tap [Set home city] and select a city.
■ Switching Celsius/Fahrenheit
Tap [Celsius]/[Fahrenheit].
・ Switch Celsius/Fahrenheit.
Using World clock
1
You can switch, sort or delete Celsius/
Fahrenheit displayed on World clock.
■ Setting home city
If you tap [Snooze], the alarm sounds again when the
time set in "Snooze duration" (P.216) has passed.
・
Changing World clock
■ Sorting
Tap [Rearrange]uDrag of the date in
the world clock up and downuTap
[Done].
■ Deleting
Tap [Delete]uMark world clock checkbox
you want to deleteuTap [Delete]u[Yes].
・ The number of marked cities appears
on the [Delete] button.
・ Alternatively, on the world clock list
screen, touch and hold a city you want
to delete, then tap [Delete city]u[Yes]
to delete.
Applications 217
Using Stopwatch
1
From the Home screen, tap
then [Alarm & clock].
2
3
4
Tap [Stop].
Using Timer
,
1
From the Home screen, tap
then [Alarm & clock].
Tap [Stopwatch].
Tap [Start].
2
Tap [Timer].
Measurement starts and appears in
the status bar.
・ Tap [Lap] to measure elapsed time.
3
4
Tap [Set time].
Flick number up and down to
adjust the time and then tap [Set].
5
Tap [Start].
6
Tap [Stop].
・
・
・
Tap [Start] to resume measuring.
Tap [Reset] to delete measured time
and lap time.
❖Information
・
Tap
to display date and time set on the terminal
in full screen.
・
・
,
Time screen appears.
Timer starts, and
status bar.
appears in the
Stop sounding alarm after a set time
has elapsed.
・ Tap [Stop] within a set time duration to
pause timer. Tap [Start] to resume timer.
・
❖Information
Tap
to display date and time set on the terminal
in full screen.
・ Tap
to set time from Timer history.
・ Tap
uSelect an alarm sounduTap [Done] to
change the alarm sound.
・
Applications 218
Backing up
SD card backup
Move or back up data such as phonebook
entries, sp-mode mails, bookmarks, etc. using
external memory such as microSD card.
・ Do not remove the battery pack or microUSB
card during backup or restoring. Doing so
may damage the terminal data.
・ If the battery is low, backup or restore may not
be done. In that case, charge the terminal and
retry to back up or restore.
・ docomo apps password is required to back
up or restore. For details on docomo apps
password, see "docomo apps password"
(P.134).
If microSD card is not installed, data such as
images and movies are saved to the internal
storage. You can back up only data such as
images and movies stored in the internal
storage. Data stored in microSD card cannot
be backed up.
1
・
2
3
❖Information
・
For details of SD card backup, tap
to view the help.
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [SD card backup].
4
5
When you use for the first time, agree to
"License agreement".
Tap [Back up].
Mark checkboxes for data to back
up.
・
, then tap [Help]
,
Tap [Select all] to mark all checkboxes.
Tap [Start backup]u[OK].
Enter docomo apps password and
tap [OK].
・
Data is backed up in a microSD card.
Applications 219
Restoring
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [SD card backup].
・
2
3
4
5
When you use for the first time, agree to
"License agreement".
Tap [Restore].
Tap [Select] on data type, mark
checkboxes for data to restore,
and tap [Select].
・
Tap [Select latest data] to select the
latest data for each data type.
Tap [Add]/[Overwrite] to select
restore method and tap [Start
restore]u[OK].
Enter docomo apps password and
tap [OK].
・
Backed up data is restored.
Copying phonebook entries
registered in Google account to
docomo account
,
You can copy contacts data registered in
Google account and in the terminal to
docomo account.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [SD card backup].
・
,
When you use for the first time, agree to
"License agreement".
2
Tap [Phonebook account copy],
tap [Select] on phonebook
contacts you want to copy.
3
Tap [Overwrite]/[Add].
・
Phonebook data is copied to docomo
account.
❖Information
If phonebook item names (e.g. Phone number, etc.)
of the other terminal are different from ones of your
terminal, the item names may be changed or
deleted. Also, some text may be deleted in copied
destination, because savable characters in a
phonebook entry vary by terminal.
・ When backing up phonebook entries to microSD
card, data without Name cannot be copied.
・ If microSD card is low on memory, backup may not
be done. In that case, delete unnecessary files to
make available space.
・
Applications 220
OfficeSuite
With OfficeSuite, you can view files of Word,
Excel, etc. from the terminal or a microSD
card.
❖Information
Some files may not be viewed properly due to
corrupted layouts.
・
Starting OfficeSuite
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
Tap [OfficeSuite].
・
.
OfficeSuite starts.
❖Information
・
When you activate for the first time, a screen for
register name etc. appears. Select [Register later] or
[Register now].
Applications 221
International roaming
Overview of International
roaming (WORLD WING)
With the international roaming (WORLD
WING), you can use the terminal without
changing phone number or mail address in
the service area of the overseas network
operator affiliated with DOCOMO. You do not
need to change the settings of call and SMS.
■
Supporting networks
The terminal is Class 4. The terminal works in
a 3G roaming area and GSM/GPRS service
area. Services are also available in countries
and areas supporting 3G 850MHz/GSM
850MHz. Check available areas. Use 3G
network or GSM/GPRS network overseas
because Xi is not available overseas.
■
Available Services
Main communication
services
Phone
Message (SMS)
Email*
Browser*
3G
3G850
GSM
(GPRS)
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○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
* To use data communication during roaming, mark
[Data roaming] checkbox in Mobile network settings.
(P.226)
❖Information
・
Some services are not available depending on the
overseas network operator or network.
Before using the terminal overseas,
refer to the followings.
"Mobile Phone User's Guide [International
Services]"
・ DOCOMO International Services website
・
❖Information
・
For Country codes, International call access codes,
Universal number international prefix, supported
countries/areas and network operators, refer to
"Mobile Phone User's Guide [International Services]"
or DOCOMO International Services Website.
International roaming 222
Before using
Before leaving Japan
To use the terminal overseas, check the
following in Japan.
■
Subscription
・
■
Charging
・
■
Check if you subscribe WORLD WING. For
details, contact "General Inquiries" on the
last page of this manual.
For AC adapter for charging overseas
travel, use AC Adapter 03 (optional).
Usage charge
Overseas usage charges (call and packet
communication) differ from those in
Japan.
・ Some applications automatically perform
packet communications. Your packet
communication charges may be higher.
For operation details of each application,
please contact the application provider.
・
Advance preparation
Network service settings
If you subscribe to network services, you can
use network services such as Voice Mail
Service, Call Forwarding Service, Caller ID
Notification Service, etc., even overseas.
However, some network services cannot be
used.
・ To use network services overseas, you need to
set "Remote access" to activate. You can set
"Remote access" in the country you stay.
(P.230)
・ Even if the setting/canceling operation is
available, some network services cannot be
used depending on overseas network
operators.
International roaming 223
After arriving overseas
When you arrive overseas and turn on the
terminal, an available network is
automatically set.
Connectivity
When you have set search mode of "Available
networks" to "Automatic" in "Service
providers" settings, optimized network is
automatically selected.
When you connect to the network operator
conducted in flat-rate service, you can use
the service with flat-rate packet
communication charges overseas up to the
specified upper limit per day. To use this
service, subscription of packet flat-rate
service in Japan is required. For details, refer
to "Mobile Phone User's Guide [International
Services]" or DOCOMO International Services
Website.
Display
During international roaming,
appears on
the status bar.
・ You can confirm the name of the connected
network operator on the Notification panel.
❖Note
・
While
appears on the status bar, packet
communication is available. Note that packet
communication fee may become high.
Date & time settings
When "Automatic date & time", "Automatic
time zone" in "Date & time" are marked, the
date, time and time differences of the
terminal clock are corrected by receiving the
information related to time and time
differences from the network of overseas
network operator you connect to.
・ Correction of the time/time differences may
not be performed correctly depending on the
network of overseas network operator. In that
case, set time zone manually.
・ Timing of correction varies by the overseas
network operator.
・ Date & time (P.146)
About inquiries
For loss or theft of the terminal or UIM/
docomo mini UIM card, immediately contact
DOCOMO from the spot to take the necessary
steps for suspending the use. For inquiries, see
the last page of this manual. Note that you are
still liable for the call and communication
charge incurred after the loss or theft
occurred.
・ For using from land-line phone, entering
"International call access code" or "Universal
number international prefix" for the country is
needed.
・
International roaming 224
After returning to Japan
When you return to Japan, the terminal is
connected to DOCOMO network
automatically. If connection is failed, perform
the following operations.
・ Set "Network Mode" to "LTE (preferred)/
WCDMA/GSM". (P.226)
・ Set "Search mode" to "Automatic" in "Service
providers" settings. (P.225)
Making setting for
international use
When you start the international roaming or
move out of your operator's network, you
need to reconnect the terminal to another
available network.
Confirming and switching the
network search mode
By default, network search mode is set to
"Automatic". When you connect manually to
an overseas network operator conducted in
flat-rate service, confirm the search mode
with the following operations and switch to
"Manual".
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap .
2
Tap [Call settings]u[Service
providers].
3
4
Tap [Search mode]u[Manual].
From "AVAILABLE NETWORKS",
tap a network to mark.
・
❖Information
・
Some applications automatically perform packet
communications. To disconnect packet
communication manually, from the Home screen,
tap
and Tap [Settings]u[More...]u[Mobile
networks]u[Data enabled] to unmark.
,
To display available networks, tap
[Search networks].
❖Information
If you set a network manually, the terminal is not
reconnected to another network automatically even
if you move out of the network area.
・ To return to "Automatic", tap [Automatic] in
Step 3.
・
International roaming 225
Changing network mode settings
You can change network mode settings
according to the network mode
(communication method) adopted by the
overseas network operator.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Settings].
2
Tap [More...]u[Mobile
networks]u[Network Mode].
Select a network mode you use.
3
・
,
You can select from [LTE/WCDMA],
[GSM only] and [LTE (preferred)/
WCDMA/GSM]. If you select [LTE
(preferred)/WCDMA/GSM] to switch
available network automatically.
Activating data roaming
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Settings].
,
2
3
4
Tap [More...]u[Mobile networks].
Tap [Data roaming].
Read the cautions displayed, tap
[Yes].
・
[Data roaming] checkbox is marked.
Making/Receiving calls in
the country you stay
When you arrive overseas and turn on the
terminal, an available network is
automatically set.
・ Check that the battery and signal levels are
high enough.
・ Depending on the network operator, even if
the Caller ID notification is active, the caller ID
may not be notified or appear properly.
In this case, calls cannot be made from the call
log.
Making a call to outside
country you stay (including
Japan)
You can make a call from overseas using the
international roaming service.
・ You can easily make international calls from
the country you stay to Japan or to other
countries by entering prefix "+" and then the
country code and phone number.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Dial].
,
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2
Dial + (touch and hold
[0])uCountry codeuArea code
(City code)uEnter a phone
number.
If the area code begins with "0", omit "0".
However, "0" may be required to dial to
some country or area such as Italy.
・ To call an overseas "WORLD WING" user,
enter "81" (Japan) for the country code.
・
3
Tap
.
❖Information
・
During international roaming, if you make an
international call to Japan using DOCOMO's
phonebook application, the "International dialing
assist" screen appears. You can make a call without
entering country code from that screen.
Making a call within the
country you stay
You can make a call by entering the phone
number of the other party's land-line phone
or mobile phone in the same way you do in
Japan.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Dial].
2
Enter the other party's phone
number.
・
3
,
To make a call to land-line phone, enter
the area code (city code) + other party's
phone number.
Tap
.
Making a call to WORLD WING
user overseas
When the other party uses international
roaming service, make a call as an
international call to Japan even when you
stay in the same country as the other party.
Receiving a call in the country
you stay
You can receive a call using the international
roaming service.
International roaming 227
1
While receiving a call, touch and
hold
(left) and drag it to
(right).
2
When the conversation is finished,
tap [End call].
International roaming
settings
Make settings for using international
roaming or international calls.
❖Information
・
When you received a call during the international
roaming, regardless of which country the call is from,
it is forwarded internationally from Japan. A caller is
charged for a call fee to Japan, and the receiver is
charged for a reception fee.
■
Having the other party call you
Calling from Japan to the country you stay
To have the other party make a call from a
land-line phone or mobile phone in Japan
to the terminal in the country you stay,
the other party only needs to dial the
phone number as in Japan.
・ Calling from the country except Japan to
the country you stay
You have to receive a call through Japan
no matter where you are; therefore, the
other party needs to enter the
international call access code and "81"
(Country code of Japan).
International access code - 81 - 90 (or 80)
- XXXX - XXXX
・
Settings for making/receiving
calls overseas
Set restricting incoming calls overseas or
using roaming guidance.
・ For some overseas network operators,
settings may not be made.
Restricting incoming calls for
roaming
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap .
2
Tap [Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
3
Tap [Restricting incoming calls].
・
,
Select items you want to use.
Tap any of [Restricting all incomings]/
[Restricting incoming of video call/
64K data], enter the network security
code, and tap [OK].
Deactivate
Enter the network security code and
restricting
tap [OK].
Check settings Check the current service settings.
Activate
restricting
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Setting incoming notification on
roaming
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap .
2
Tap [Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
3
Tap [Incoming notification on
roaming].
・
Check settings
,
Select items you want to use.
Activate incoming
call notification
Deactiv. incoming
call notification
Check settings
Tap [OK] to activate roaming
incoming call notification.
Tap [OK] to deactivate roaming
incoming call notification.
Check the current service
settings.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap .
2
Tap [Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
3
Tap [Roaming guidance].
・
,
Select items you want to use.
Activate roaming
guidance
Deactivate
roaming guidance
Setting international dial assistance
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap .
2
Tap [Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
3
Tap [International dial assist].
・
Tap [OK] to activate roaming
guidance.
Tap [OK] to deactivate roaming
guidance.
,
Select items you want to use.
Auto conversion
Country code
International
prefix
Setting roaming guidance
Check the current service
settings.
Mark the checkbox to add
international prefix or country
code automatically.
Tap [OK] to select a country code
which will be used for auto
conversion.
Tap [OK] to select an
international prefix which will be
used for auto conversion.
Settings Network service (overseas)
Set network service such as voice mail from
overseas.
・ If you make the settings overseas, you are
charged a call fee to Japan from the country
you stay.
・ For some overseas network operators,
settings may not be made.
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1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap .
2
Tap [Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
Tap [Network service].
3
・
,
Select items you want to use. You need
to set "Remote access" to activate.
Voicemail Activate
(charged) Voicemail
(roaming)
Deactivate
Voicemail
(roaming)
Play
Voicemail
message
(roaming)
Voicemail
settings
(roaming)
Voicemail
ring time
(roaming)
Incoming call notific.
(charged)
Caller ID request
(charged)
Roaming guidance
(charged)
Remote operation
(charged)
Call
Activate call Tap [OK].*
forwarding forwarding
(charged) Deactivate Tap [OK].*
call
forwarding
Check
Tap [OK].*
settings
* Follow the voice prompts to operate.
Tap [OK].*
Tap [OK].*
Tap [OK]. After this step,
follow the voice prompts
to play the message.
Tap [OK].*
Tap [OK].*
Tap [OK].*
Tap [OK].*
Tap [OK].*
Tap [OK].*
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Appendix/Index
Optional and related
devices
A variety of commercially available optional
devices allows you to expand the terminal's
capabilities by supporting a wide range of
purpose, including personal and business
uses.
Some accessories are only available in some
areas.
For details, please contact a sales outlet such
as docomo Shop.
For details on optional devices, see the user's
manual of each device.
・ Back Cover SO20
・ Battery Pack SO06
・ 1Seg antenna cable SO01
・ Carry Case 02
・ Pocket charger 01/02
・ AC Adapter cable SO03
・ AC Adapter 03
・ DC Adapter 03
・ AC Adapter Converter Plug Type C 01
・ Micro USB Cable 01
・ Wireless Earphone Set 03
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
First, check if the software update is necessary
for the terminal. If necessary, perform the
software update (P.240).
・ When checking the following items not to
improve the state, contact the phone number
given in "Repairs" the last page of this manual
(in Japanese only) or DOCOMO-specified
repair office.
・
■
Power supply
Cannot power on the terminal.
・ Is the battery pack installed correctly?
・ Check if the battery pack is not run out.
■
P.25
P.26
Charging
Cannot charge the terminal.
(The notification LED does not turn on, or the icon
that means charging does not appear.)
・ Is the battery pack installed correctly?
P.25
・ Check if the adapter's power plug or
P.28
cigarette lighter plug is correctly
inserted to an outlet or cigarette lighter
socket.
・ Check if the adapter cable and the
P.28
terminal are set correctly.
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If you execute calls, communications or
−
other function operations for a long time
while charging, the terminal may
become hot and the battery status icon
may not indicate charging (charging
stops) or charging may not be
completed. In this case, wait until the
temperature of the terminal drops and
charge again.
The notification LED blinks in red and cannot
operate the terminal.
・ When the battery level is low, charge the
P.26
battery.
・
■
Terminal operation
Become hot while operating/charging.
・ While calling, depending on the radio
−
wave condition or call duration time, the
terminal may become hot. This
condition is not abnormal.
・ While operating or charging, or if you
−
watch 1Seg, record video etc. for a long
time while charging the battery, the
terminal, battery pack and adapter may
become hot. There is no problem about
safety and continue to use it.
The operation time provided by the battery pack is
short.
・ Is your terminal left for a long time under
−
the state of out of service area?
Out of service area, more power is
consumed to search available radio
waves.
The operating time of the battery pack
P.27
varies depending on the operating
environment and the degradation level
of the battery pack.
・ Battery pack is a consumable accessory.
−
The usage duration of the battery per
one charge decreases gradually each
time the battery is recharged.
If the operation time is too short with
fully charged state, purchase a new
battery pack of the specified type.
Turning the power off or restarting automatically
happens.
・ If the terminals of battery pack are dirty,
−
the contact may become poor and the
power may shut OFF. Clean the terminals
of the battery pack with a dry cotton
swab etc. if they are dirty.
No operations are performed even by pressing the
keys on the terminal.
・ Check if you activate the screen lock.
P.142
The screen reacts slowly when a button is pressed.
・ When large amount of data is saved in
−
the terminal or transferring large-size
data between the terminal and microSD
card, the reactions on the screen may be
delayed.
The docomo mini UIM card is not recognized.
・ Check if the docomo mini UIM card is
P.23
attached in the right direction.
・
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The clock is not on time.
・ The clock time may become wrong
while turning on the power for a long
time. Check if "Automatic date & time" is
set to on and turn the power off and on
in a place with strong radio wave
conditions.
The terminal operation is unstable.
・ Instability may be caused by
applications that you installed after
purchasing the terminal. If the symptom
is improved when you boot the terminal
in safe mode (near default state),
uninstalling the installed application
may improve the symptom.
To boot the terminal in safe mode, press
and hold p for over a second with
the terminal OFF until XPERIA logo
appears, and then touch and hold
m at the bottom until the terminal
vibrates once. When safe mode is
booted, "Safe mode" is displayed at the
lower left of the screen.
To exit the safe mode, turn power OFF
and then ON.
* Back up the necessary data before
using safe mode.
* Some widgets that you created may
be removed.
* Safe mode is not a normal booting
state. To use ordinarily, exit the safe
mode.
P.146
Applications cannot be operated properly
(applications cannot be activated, or errors occur
frequently).
・ Are there any applications being
P.133
disabled? Enable disabled applications,
then retry.
■
−
Phone call
Cannot make a call even if you press the dial button.
・ Check if you activate the SIM card lock.
P.141
・ Check if you activate Airplane mode.
P.118
The ringtone does not sound.
・ Is the call alert volume of volume setting
P.125
set to silent?
・ Check if the silent mode is active.
P.126
・ Is the ring time for Voice Mail service or
P.84
Call Forwarding Service "0 Sec."?
Calls are not connected.
(Even when moving " 圏外 (out of service area)" does
not disappear, or although radio waves are enough,
making/receiving calls is unavailable.)
・ Turn the power OFF and ON, or remove
P.23
and attach docomo mini UIM card.
P.25
P.30
・ Due to the nature of radio waves,
−
making/receiving calls may be
unavailable even when "not out of
service area" or "
appears on the
display for the radio wave condition".
Move to the other place and call again.
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・
Due to the crossing of radio waves, at
the crowded public places, calls/mails
are crossed and the connection status
may not be good. Move to other place or
call again at other time.
■
Display
The display is dim.
・ Check if the backlight time-out is set.
・ Check if the brightness of screen is
changed.
・ Check if you activate eco モード (eco
mode).
・ Check if you cover the Proximity sensor
with sticker etc.
・ When the temperature of the terminal
becomes high while using, the display
may become darker. It is not abnormal.
■
−
P.127
P.127
P.22
−
Sound
Display data
Images or ringtones set in each feature do not work
and the terminal operates in the default data.
・ Is the inserted docomo mini UIM card
−
the same one that is set when the
images or ringtones are obtained?
Camera
Still images and video taken with the camera are
blurred.
・ Check if clouds or dirt attach to the lens
−
of camera.
・ To shoot a portrait image, use the face
P.180
detection function.
・ Shoot using shake reducing function.
P.187
P.192
■
P.72
During a voice call, the distant party's voice is hard
to listen to or too loud.
・ Check if the listening volume of the
P.81
sound volume setting is changed.
■
■
1Seg
Watching 1Seg is unavailable.
・ Are you out of terrestrial digital TV
broadcasting service area or in a place
where airwave is weak?
・ Is channel set?
Cannot hear sound.
・ Is Stereo Headset with Microphone
(Sample) removed from 1Seg antenna
cable when watching 1Seg using the
Stereo Headset with Microphone
(Sample)?
■
−
P.168
P.168
Osaifu-Keitai
Osaifu-Keitai function is unavailable.
・ When removing the battery pack,
Osaifu-Keitai functions are unavailable
regardless of the Osaifu-Keitai lock
settings.
・ Is Osaifu-Keitai lock activated?
・ Do you place
mark of the terminal
over an IC card reader?
−
P.165
P.164
Appendix/Index 234
■
International roaming
Cannot use the terminal overseas.
■ When antenna mark is displayed
・ Do you subscribe WORLD WING?
−
Check if you subscribe WORLD WING.
■ Out of service area indicator appears
・ Check if you are out of the international
P.224
P.225
P.226
P.30
roaming service area or in an area with
poor signal strength. Check if the service
area and network operator are available,
referring to "Mobile Phone User's Guide
[International Services]" or DOCOMO
International Services website.
・ Change the network settings or overseas
network operator settings.
Set "Search mode" to "Automatic" in
"Service providers" settings.
Set "Network Mode" to "LTE (preferred)/
WCDMA/GSM".
・ Turning off the terminal and then
turning on again may work for the
restoration.
Cannot perform data communication overseas.
・ Mark the data roaming checkbox.
P.226
The terminal suddenly became unavailable while
using overseas.
・ Check if usage amount exceeds the limit
−
of maximum charges for use.
For use of "International roaming
(WORLD WING)", the limit of maximum
charges for use is set in advance. If
exceeding the limit of maximum charges
for use, pay the charges.
Cannot receive calls overseas.
・ Is "Restricting incoming calls" set to
P.228
"Activate restricting"?
No caller ID is notified/A notified caller ID is
different from that of the caller/Functions for using
contents saved in phonebook or those using Caller
ID notification do not operate.
・ Even if a caller notifies its caller ID, it is
−
not displayed on the terminal unless the
network or network operator notifies it.
And a different caller ID may be notified
depending on the network or network
operator you use.
■
Data management
Data transfer is not performed.
・ Check if USB hub is used. If you use USB
−
hub, operations may not be performed
correctly.
Data saved in microSD card is not displayed.
・ Remove the microSD card and insert it
P.24
again.
When trying to display an image, "u" appears
instead of it.
Or "u" appears for the demo play or the preview
function.
・ "u" may appear instead of destroyed
−
image data.
Appendix/Index 235
■
Bluetooth function
The terminal cannot be connected to a Bluetooth
communication device/A Bluetooth
communication device cannot be found from the
terminal.
・ Make Bluetooth communication device
P.157
(commercial item) registering stand-by
state and then register the device on the
terminal. If you delete already registered
device and register the device again as a
new device, delete the registrations on
both Bluetooth communication device
(commercial item) and the terminal and
then perform registration of the devices.
Calls cannot be made from the terminal connecting
to external device such as car navigation or
handsfree device.
・ If calls are made several times when the
−
other party does not answer or is out of
service, the call to this number may be
disabled. In this case, turn terminal off
and on.
Error messages
No service
The terminal is out of service area, or the
received signal is too weak. Move to a location
where radio signal can be reached.
・ The docomo mini UIM card is not working
properly.
Insert the docomo mini UIM card in another
terminal. If this works, it is probably the
terminal that is causing the problem. In this
case, contact "Repairs" on the last page of this
manual (in Japanese only).
Removing and inserting docomo mini UIM
card may improve the problem.
・
SIM card is locked
Enter your PIN code (P.140) correctly.
SIM card is PUK-locked
Enter your PUK (Personal Unblocking Key)
(P.141) correctly.
The phone storage is full
There is no memory space. Delete
unnecessary applications (P.132) to obtain
memory space.
Appendix/Index 236
Smartphone Anshin
Remote Support
By sharing screens of your terminal with NTT
DOCOMO, you can receive technical support
to make settings (in Japanese only).
・ This service is not available when your
docomo mini UIM card is not inserted, during
international roaming, or in Airplane mode.
・ Smartphone Anshin Remote Support is a
service requiring subscription.
・ Some operations and settings are not
supported.
・ For details on Smartphone Anshin Remote
Support, refer to NTT DOCOMO website.
1
Call スマートフォン遠隔サポートセン
ター (Remote support center for
smartphone) (
0120-783-360,
Business hours: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00
p.m., open all year round).
2
Tap [ 遠隔サポート (Remote
support)].
・
3
4
When you use for the first time, agree to
" ソフトウェア使用許諾書 (License
Agreement)".
Enter connection number notified
by DOCOMO.
Remote support starts when you
are connected.
Warranty and After Sales
Services
Warranty
Make sure that the warranty is received with
the terminal upon purchase. Check to be sure
that " 販売店名・お買い上げ日 (the name of the
retailer, date of purchase)", and other items
have been filled out on the warranty before
storing it in a safe place. If any necessary
information is not provided, immediately
contact the retailer and request to complete
the warranty. The terminal comes with a year's
free warranty starting from the date of
purchase.
・ Specifications of this product and its
accessories are subject to change for
improvement without prior notice.
・ Data saved in the Contacts etc. may be
changed/lost due to the trouble/repairs or
handling of the terminal. DOCOMO
recommends making a copy of the
Phonebook data etc., in case.
* You can save Phonebook data in a microSD
card inserted to the terminal.
* Data such as phonebook entries can be
backed up to Data center using Data Security
Service (subscription is required).
・
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repaired at the owner's expense, even if
the warranty period is still effective.
・ Malfunction due to use of devices and
consumable parts other than those
specified by DOCOMO will only be
repaired at the owner's expense, even if
the warranty period is still effective.
After Sales Services
If you have problems with the
terminal
Before asking repair, see "Troubleshooting"
(P.231) in this manual to check the problem. If
the problem still persists, contact "Repairs"
on the last page of this manual (in Japanese
only).
■
・
If repair is required resultingly
Bring the terminal to the DOCOMO-specified
repair office. However, it must be taken
during business hours of the repair office.
Make sure to bring a warranty card with the
product when you visit the shop. Note that
repair may take some days depending on the
problem.
■
Within the warranty period
We repair the terminal free of charge
based on the terms documented in the
warranty.
・ When requesting a repair, make sure to
bring the warranty card with the terminal.
Repair requests that are not accompanied
by the warranty or that involve
malfunction and damage due to incorrect
handling by the owner (damage of liquid
crystal, connector, etc.) will only be
Note that repair may be refused in the
following cases:
・
■
When the terminal has corrosion due to
wet by liquid, condensation, perspiration,
etc. or the internal circuit board is
damaged or deformed (we may not be
able to repair when the microUSB
connector, headset connecting jack,
liquid crystal, etc. is damaged or the frame
itself is cracked) based on the result of our
examination.
- Even if repair is possible, it will be done
at the owner's expense, as this type of
corrosion or damage is not covered by
the warranty.
If the warranty period expires
We will repair the terminal at the owner's
expense.
Appendix/Index 238
■
Parts stock period
The functional parts necessary to repair the
terminal will be basically available for a
minimum of six years after the manufacture
is discontinued.
However, depending on the defective
portion, repair may not be possible because
of a shortage of repair parts. Note that repair
may still be possible depending on the
defective portion even if the stock period
has expired. Contact "Repairs" on the last
page of this manual (in Japanese only).
Precautions
● Never modify the terminal or accessories.
・ Doing so may result in fire, injuries or
・
malfunctions.
The modified terminal may be repaired
only if the owner agrees on that all the
modified parts are restored to the original
conditions.
However, repairs may be refused
depending on the modifications.
The following cases may be considered as
modifications.
- Put a seal etc. on the liquid crystal or
keypad.
- Glued decorations on the terminal using
adhesion bond, etc.
- Change the parts such as exterior to
other than DOCOMO standard parts.
Malfunction and damage due to
modifications will be repaired at the
owner's expense, even if the warranty
period is still effective.
● The model plate must not be removed
from the terminal.
The model plate certifies that the terminal
satisfies technical standards. It should be
noted that if the plate is removed or is
replaced with a different plate, and the
original model plate cannot be verified, it
may disqualify the unit from repairs due to
not being able to determine the technical
standards of that particular phone.
● Note that the settings and other
information may be reset (cleared) as a
result of malfunction, repair or other
handling. In this case, make the settings
again.
● After the repair, Wi-Fi MAC address or
Bluetooth address may be changed
regardless of the repaired parts.
● A material that generates a magnetic field
is used in the following parts of the
terminal.
Do not hold an object that is easily
affected by magnetism, such as a cash
card, close to the terminal. You may not
be able to use the card any more.
Where it is used: Speaker, earpiece
・
Appendix/Index 239
● If inside of the terminal gets wet or moist,
turn the power off, remove the battery
pack immediately, and bring the terminal
to a repair office as soon as possible.
However, repair may not be possible
depending on the condition of the
terminal.
Precautions on memory dial
(Phonebook function) and
downloaded data
Note that data you created or data you
retrieved or downloaded from sources other
than your terminal may be changed or lost
when you change the model or have repairs
done to the terminal. DOCOMO shall have no
liability for any change or loss of any kind.
Under some circumstances, DOCOMO may
replace your terminal with its equivalent
instead of repairing it.
Updating software
You can update the terminal to the most
recent software for optimal performance and
to get the latest enhancements.
❖Note
When the terminal is connected to the Internet using
the mobile network connection, data
communication fee is applied.
・ Make sure you back up and save all data contained in
the terminal before you start updating the terminal.
・ For the first time activating the terminal after
software update, the operation may be slower from
several minutes to several ten minutes due to data
update. The required time varies by the data in the
terminal. Do not turn the power off until usual
operation speed comebacks.
・
❖Information
・
For details, refer to http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/
support/ (in Japanese only).
Setting notification of Software
update
You can set to be notified of updating
software.
1
2
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Update Center].
Tap
and [Settings].
,
Appendix/Index 240
3
Mark [Notifications] checkbox.
・
To change the notification tone, tap
[Notification tone], then tap notification
tone you want to change, and then tap
[Done].
❖Information
If you mark [Notification vibration] checkbox in Step
3, Software update is notified by vibration.
・
Downloading software updates
wirelessly
・
"New apps"/"Updates" tabs in the Update Center
screen are not available because the services are not
provided in Japan.
❖Note
For software update via mobile network, a high
packet communication charge will be applied
because of a large amount data communication. For
this reason, subscription of packet flat-rate service is
highly recommended.
・ While you are using roaming service overseas, you
cannot search for or download update software
through the mobile network.
・
Downloading software to update
Updating the latest software
automatically
Software can be downloaded wirelessly
directly from your terminal via the Internet by
using mobile network connection or by using
a Wi-Fi network connection.
You can update the latest software update
automatically on regular basis. If software
update is searched, appears on the status
bar.
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Update Center].
2
Tap [System] tab and then
・
,
.
The terminal searches for software
updates.
❖Information
・
1
From the Home screen, tap
then tap [Update Center].
,
2
3
Tap
and [Settings].
Tap [Allow automatic updates],
read the notes and tap [OK].
You can also search the software update in the
following operation.
From the Home screen, tap
and , then tap
[Settings]u[About phone]u[Software
update]u[System] and then tap .
Appendix/Index 241
❖Note
Note that if you tap
from the Home screen, then
tap [Update Center] and
then tap
[Settings]u[Preffered data traffic] and then select [Via
mobile network/Wi-Fi] in the Preffered data traffic
screen, a Wi-Fi connection automatically switches to
mobile network communications when the Wi-Fi
connection is unstable and packet communication
fee may apply.
・ Note that packet communication fee may apply for
searching automatically.
・
Connecting to a PC and
updating
You can update software by using PC
Companion that can be installed into a PC
from the terminal.
❖Information
・
To install PC Companion on a PC, an Internet
connection is required.
3
Follow the onscreen instructions
on the PC to install.
・
After installation, PC Companion starts
on the PC. If further software update is
searched, it is automatically notified.
Follow the onscreen instructions on the
PC.
When PC Companion is installed on
your PC
1
Check if PC Companion is activated
on the PC. If not, activate PC
Companion from the Start menu.
2
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable.
3
Follow the onscreen instructions
on the PC.
・
If available software update is found, it
is automatically notified.
When PC Companion is not installed
on your PC
1
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable.
2
When "PC Companion software"
screen appears on the terminal,
tap [Install].
・
Installer of PC Companion starts on the
PC.
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Main specification
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The terminal
SO-05D
Approx. 115mm (H)u
approx. 54mm (W)u
approx. 9.4mm (T)
(Thickest part : Approx.
9.4mm)
Weight
Approx. 95g (with battery)
Storage
ROM 8GB
RAM 1GB
External storage
Compatible with microSD
card of up to 2GB, and
microSDHC card of up to
32GB (as of July, 2012).
Continuous FOMA/3G Approx. 360 hrs.
stand-by
(stationary)
time
GSM
Approx. 280 hrs.
(stationary)
LTE
Approx. 240 hrs.
(stationary)
Continuous FOMA/3G Approx. 350 min.
call time
GSM
Approx. 360 min.
Charging AC Adapter Approx. 150 min.
time
03
DC Adapter Approx. 160 min.
03
1Seg watching time
Approx. 320 min.
Product name
Size
TFT16,777,216 colors
Approx. 3.7 inches
Width 540 dotsu
Height 960 dots
Image
Camera : CMOS
pickup
Front camera : CMOS
device
Size
Camera: 1/4.0 inches
Front camera :
1/13.0 inches
Camera pixels
Camera :
Effective pixels : Approx.
8,100,000 pixels (Recorded
pixels : Approx. 8,000,000
pixels)
Front camera :
Effective pixels : Approx.
310,000 pixels (Recorded
pixels : Approx. 310,000
pixels)
Digital zoom
Camera : Max. 16x (41
levels)
Front camera : ―
Still image capture size Camera : 3264u2448
(8MP 4:3)
3264u1836
(6MP 16:9)
1632u1224 (2MP 4:3)
1920u1080 (2MP 16:9)
Front camera :
640u480 (VGA)
Display
Type
Size
Number of
dots
Type
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Video recording size
Frame rate
Wireless LAN
Bluetooth
Video camera :
1920u1080 (Full HD)
1280u720 (HD 720p)
640u480 (VGA)
Front video camera :
640u480 (VGA)
320u240 (QVGA)
Max. 30 fps
Compliant with
IEEE802.11a*1/b/g/n
(Corresponding frequency
band to IEEE802.11n :
2.4GHz/5GHz)
Compliant with Bluetooth
standard Ver. 3.1*2
Supported
Bluetooth
version
Radio power Bluetooth standard Power
Class 1
Within approx. 10 m
Available
communication
distance*3
Supported A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HID,
Bluetooth HSP, OPP, PAN, PBAP, SPP
profile*4
*1 Not available when docomo mini UIM card is not
inserted.
*2 It is confirmed that the terminal and all Bluetooth
devices are compliant with Bluetooth standards
designated by Bluetooth SIG, and they are
authenticated. However, procedures may differ or
data transfer may not be possible depending on the
device's characteristics or specifications.
*3 May vary by the signal status and/or whether there
is an interference between communications
devices.
*4 Bluetooth standards for Bluetooth device
connection procedure according to the product's
applications.
・ Continuous call time is an estimate of the
operation time for calling when radio signal
reception is normal.
・ Continuous stand-by time is an estimate of
the stand-by time when radio signal
reception is normal.
In certain circumstances, the stand-by time
may drop to as low as half the time shown
due to the battery charge, function settings,
temperature, or radio signal reception in the
area (no reception or weak).
・ A use of the Internet reduces the actual call
(communication)/stand-by time.
Composing messages or activating the
camera or applications also reduces call
(communication)/stand-by time even if you
do not call or use the Internet.
・ Stationary continuous stand-by time is the
estimated average operation time when radio
signal reception is normal.
・ Moving continuous stand-by time is the
estimated average operation time when the
terminal remains in the combined conditions
of "stationary" or "moving" in a service area
when radio signal reception is normal and the
condition of "out of area".
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・
Charging time is an estimate of the time
required to charge a completely empty
battery pack.
■
Battery Pack
Product
name
Battery type
Voltage
Current
■
Battery Pack SO06
Lithium Ion Battery
DC3.7V
1500mAh
File format
The terminal supports the display or
playback of the following file format:
Type
Sound
Still
image*
Video
File format
WAV (PCM, G.711) (.wav), AAC (.3gp, .m4a,
.mp4), AAC+ (.3gp, .m4a, .mp4), eAAC+
(.3gp, .m4a, .mp4), MP3 (.mp3), AMR-NB
(.3gp), AMR-WB (.3gp), MIDI (SP-MIDI/GM/
GML (.mid), XMF (.xmf ), Mobile XMF 1.0
(.mxmf ), RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl, .rtx), OTA (.ota),
iMelody (.imy)), Ogg Vorbis (.ogg), FLAC
(.flac), PIFF (.isma)
JPEG (.jpeg, .jpg), GIF (.gif ), PNG (.png), BMP
(.bmp), WEBP (.webp)
H263 (.3gp, .mp4), H264 AVC (.3gp, .mp4),
MPEG-4 SP (.3gp), VP8 (.webm, .mkv), Xvid
(.avi), Quicktime (.mov), PIFF (.ismv)
■
Numbers of still images (Estimation)
Savable number of shot
images to the internal
storage
Savable number of shot
images to a microSD card
(1GB)
Up to approx. 5800
images
Up to approx. 1600
images
* Number of images shot with a resolution of 2MP.
■
Time length of shooting video
(Estimation)
Per video : Up to approx.
249 min.
In total : Up to approx. 249
min.
Savable time of
Per video : Up to approx. 67
recording to a microSD min.
card (1GB)
In total : Up to approx. 67
min.
Savable time of
recording to the
internal storage
* Time of recording with a resolution of 640u480
(VGA).
* Still images are saved in JPEG format when shot with
Camera in the terminal.
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Specific Absorption Rate of
Mobile Phone, etc.
Mobile phone: GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/
1800/1900 & UMTS/HSPA B1/5/6/19 & LTE B1
Specific Absorption Rate of
Mobile Phone
This model SO-05D mobile phone complies
with Japanese technical regulations and
international guidelines regarding exposure
to radio waves.
This mobile phone was designed in
observance of Japanese technical regulations
regarding exposure to radio waves*1 and
limits to exposure to radio waves
recommended by a set of equivalent
international guidelines. This set of
international guidelines was set out by the
International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), which is in
collaboration with the World Health
Organization (WHO), and the permissible
limits include a substantial safety margin
designed to assure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health condition.
The technical regulations and international
guidelines set out limits for radio waves as
the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR, which is
the value of absorbed energy in any 10 grams
of tissue over a 6-minute period. The SAR
limit for mobile phones is 2.0 W/kg. The
highest SAR value for this mobile phone
when tested for use at the ear is 0.97 W/kg.
There may be slight differences between the
SAR levels for each product, but they all
satisfy the limit.
This is due to automatic changes to the
power level of the device to ensure it only
uses the minimum required to reach the
network. Therefore in general, the closer you
are to a base station, the lower the power
output of the device.
This mobile phone can be used in positions
other than against your ear. This mobile
phone satisfies the international guidelines
when used with a carrying case or a wearable
accessory approved by NTT DOCOMO or the
manufacturer*2. In case you are not using the
approved accessory, please use a product
that does not contain any metals, and one
that positions the mobile phone at least 1.5
cm away from your body.
The World Health Organization has stated
that "a large number of studies have been
performed over the last two decades to
assess whether mobile phones pose a
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potential health risk. To date, no adverse
health effects have been established as being
caused by mobile phone use."
Please refer to the WHO website if you would
like more detailed information.
http://www.who.int/docstore/peh-emf/
publications/facts_press/fact_english.htm
Please refer to the websites listed below if
you would like more detailed information
regarding SAR.
Ministry of Internal Affairs and
Communications Website:
http://www.tele.soumu.go.jp/e/sys/ele/
index.htm
Association of Radio Industries and
Businesses Website:
http://www.arib-emf.org/index02.html (in
Japanese only)
NTT DOCOMO, INC. Website:
http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/
product/sar/
Sony Mobile Communications Japan, Inc.
Website:
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/product/SAR/
(in Japanese only)
*1 Technical regulations are defined by the
Ministerial Ordinance Related to Radio Law
(Article 14-2 of Radio Equipment
Regulations).
*2 Regarding the method of measuring SAR
when using mobile phones in positions
other than against the ear, international
standards (IEC62209-2) were set in March
2010. On the other hand, technical
regulation is currently being deliberated on
by national council. (As of October, 2011)
Radio Wave Exposure and
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
Information
United States & Canada
THIS PHONE MODEL HAS BEEN CERTIFIED IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE GOVERNMENT'S
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES.
The SO-05D mobile phones have been
designed to comply with applicable safety
requirements for exposure to radio waves.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed to not exceed the
limits* of exposure to radio frequency (RF)
energy set by governmental authorities.
These limits establish permitted levels of RF
energy for the general population. The
guidelines are based on standards that were
developed by international scientific
organizations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The
standards include a safety margin designed
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to assure the safety of all individuals,
regardless of age and health.
The radio wave exposure guidelines employ
a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR). Tests for SAR are
conducted using standardized methods with
the phone transmitting at its highest certified
power level in all used frequency bands.
While there may be differences between the
SAR levels of various phone models, they are
all designed to meet the relevant guidelines
for exposure to radio waves. For more
information on SAR, please refer to the safe
and efficient use chapter in the User Guide.
The highest SAR value as reported to the
authorities for this phone model when tested
for use by the ear is 1.07 W/kg*, and when
worn on the body is 0.51 W/kg* for speech
and 1.12 W/kg* for data calls. For body-worn
operation, the phone has been tested when
positioned a minimum of 15 mm from the
body without any metal parts in the vicinity
of the phone or when properly used with an
appropriate Sony Mobile Communications
AB accessory and worn on the body.
For devices which include "WiFi hotspot"
functionality, SAR measurements for the
device operating in WiFi hotspot mode were
taken using a separation distance of 10 mm.
Use of third-party accessories may result in
different SAR levels than those reported.
** Before a phone model is available for sale
to the public in the US, it must be tested and
certified by the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) that it does not exceed the
limit established by the governmentadopted requirement for safe exposure*. The
tests are performed in positions and
locations (i.e., by the ear and worn on the
body) as required by the FCC for each model.
The FCC has granted an Equipment
Authorization for this phone model with all
reported SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF exposure
guidelines. While there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various phones, all
mobile phones granted an FCC equipment
authorization meet the government
requirement for safe exposure. SAR
information on this phone model is on file at
the FCC and can be found under the Display
Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/
fccid/ after searching on FCC ID PY7PM-0020.
Additional information on SAR can be found
on the Cellular Telecommunications &
Internet Association (CTIA) website at http://
www.ctia.org/.
*
In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for
mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/
kilogram (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue.
The standard incorporates a margin of safety to
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**
give additional protection for the public and to
account for any variations in measurements.
This paragraph is only applicable to authorities and
customers in the United States.
Europe
example European Union, Japan, Brazil and
New Zealand):
The highest SAR value for this model phone
tested by Sony Mobile Communications AB
for use at the ear is 0.97 W/kg (10g).
This mobile phone model SO-05D has been
designed to comply with applicable safety
requirements for exposure to radio waves.
These requirements are based on scientific
guidelines that include safety margins
designed to assure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
The radio wave exposure guidelines employ
a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. Tests for SAR are
conducted using standardized methods with
the phone transmitting at its highest certified
power level in all used frequency bands.
While there may be differences between the
SAR levels of various phone models, they are
all designed to meet the relevant guidelines
for exposure to radio waves.
For more information on SAR, please refer to
the safety chapter in the User's Guide.
SAR data information for residents in
countries that have adopted the SAR limit
recommended by the International
Commission of Non-lonizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP), which is 2 W/kg
averaged over ten (10) gram of tissue (for
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Guidelines for Safe and
Efficient Use
Please follow these guidelines. Failure
to do so might entail a potential health
risk or product malfunction. If in doubt as to
its proper function, have the product
checked by a certified service partner before
charging or using it.
■
Recommendations for care and safe
use of our products
Handle with care and keep in a clean and
dust-free place.
・ Warning! May explode if disposed of in
fire.
・ Do not expose to liquid or moisture or
excess humidity.
・ For optimum performance, the
product should not be operated in
temperatures below +5qC (+41qF)
or above +35qC (+95qF). Do not expose
the battery to temperatures above +60qC
(+140qF).
・ Do not expose to flames or lit
tobacco products.
・ Do not drop, throw or try to bend
the product.
・
Do not paint or attempt to
disassemble or modify the
product. Only Sony Mobile
Communications AB authorised
personnel should perform service.
・ Consult with authorised medical staff and
the instructions of the medical device
manufacturer before using the product
near pacemakers or other medical devices
or equipment.
・ Discontinue use of electronic devices, or
disable the radio transmitting
functionality of the device, where
required or requested to do so.
・ Do not use where a potentially explosive
atmosphere exists.
・ Do not place the product, or install
wireless equipment, in the area above an
air bag in a car.
・ Caution: Cracked or broken displays may
create sharp edges or splinters that could
be harmful upon contact.
・ Do not use the Bluetooth Headset in
positions where it is uncomfortable or will
be subject to pressure.
・
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■
Children
Warning! Keep out of the reach of
children. Do not allow children to
play with mobile phones or accessories.
They could hurt themselves or others.
Products may contain small parts that could
become detached and create a choking
hazard.
■
Power supply (Charger)
Connect the charger to power sources as
marked on the product. Do not use
outdoors or in damp areas. Do not alter or
subject the cord to damage or stress.
Unplug the unit before cleaning it. Never
alter the plug. If it does not fit into the outlet,
have a proper outlet installed by an
electrician. When a power supply is
connected there is a small drain of power.
To avoid this small energy waste,
disconnect the power supply when the
product is fully charged. Use of charging
devices that are not Sony Mobile
Communications AB branded may pose
increased safety risks.
■
Battery
New or idle batteries can have short-term
reduced capacity. Fully charge the battery
before initial use. Use for the intended
purpose only. Charge the battery in
temperatures between +5qC (+41qF) and
+35qC (+95qF). Do not put the battery into
your mouth. Do not let the battery contacts
touch another metal object. Turn off the
product before removing the battery.
Performance depends on temperatures,
signal strength, usage patterns, features
selected and voice or data transmissions.
Only Sony Mobile Communications AB
service partners should remove or replace
built-in batteries. Use of batteries that are
not Sony Mobile Communications AB
branded may pose increased safety risks.
Replace the battery only with another Sony
Mobile Communications AB battery that
has been qualified with the product per the
standard IEEE-1725. Use of an unqualified
battery may present a risk of fire, explosion,
leakage or other hazard.
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■
Personal medical devices
■
Mobile phones may affect implanted
medical equipment. Reduce risk of
interference by keeping a minimum
distance of 22 cm (8.7 inches) between the
phone and the device. Use the phone at
your right ear. Do not carry the phone in
your breast pocket. Turn off the phone if
you suspect interference. For all medical
devices, consult a physician and the
manufacturer.
■
Some products provide GPS/Location
based functions. Location determining
functionality is provided "As is" and "With all
faults". Sony Mobile Communications AB
does not make any representation or
warranty as to the accuracy of such location
information.
Use of location-based information by the
device may not be uninterrupted or error
free and may additionally be dependent on
network service availability. Please note that
functionality may be reduced or prevented
in certain environments such as building
interiors or areas adjacent to buildings.
Caution: Do not use GPS functionality in a
manner which causes distraction from
driving.
Driving
Some vehicle manufacturers forbid the use
of phones in their vehicles unless a
handsfree kit with an external antenna
supports the installation. Check with the
vehicle manufacturer's representative to be
sure that the mobile phone or Bluetooth
handsfree will not affect the electronic
systems in the vehicle. Full attention should
be given to driving at all times and local
laws and regulations restricting the use of
wireless devices while driving must be
observed.
GPS/Location based functions
■
Emergency calls
Calls cannot be guaranteed under all
conditions. Never rely solely upon mobile
phones for essential communication. Calls
may not be possible in all areas, on all
networks, or when certain network services
and/or phone features are used.
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Antenna
Use of antenna devices not marketed by
Sony Mobile Communications AB could
damage the phone, reduce performance,
and produce SAR levels above the
established limits. Do not cover the antenna
with your hand as this affects call quality,
power levels and can shorten talk and
standby times.
■
Radio Frequency (RF) exposure and
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
When the phone or Bluetooth handsfree is
turned on, it emits low levels of radio
frequency energy. International safety
guidelines have been developed through
periodic and thorough evaluation of
scientific studies. These guidelines establish
permitted levels of radio wave exposure.
The guidelines include a safety margin
designed to assure the safety of all persons
and to account for any variations in
measurements.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is used to
measure radio frequency energy absorbed
by the body when using a mobile phone.
The SAR value is determined at the highest
certified power level in laboratory
conditions, but because the phone is
designed to use the minimum power
necessary to access the chosen network,
the actual SAR level can be well below this
value. There is no proof of difference in
safety based on difference in SAR value.
Products with radio transmitters sold in
the US must be certified by the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). When
required, tests are performed when the
phone is placed at the ear and when worn
on the body. For body-worn operation, the
phone has been tested when positioned a
minimum of 15 mm from the body without
any metal parts in the vicinity of the phone
or when properly used with an appropriate
Sony Mobile Communications AB accessory
and worn on the body.
For more information about SAR and radio
frequency exposure, go to: http://
www.sonymobile.co.jp/product/SAR/ (in
Japanese only).
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Flight mode
Bluetooth and WLAN functionality, if
available in the device, can be enabled in
Flight mode but may be prohibited
onboard aircraft or in other areas where
radio transmissions are prohibited. In such
environments, please seek proper
authorisation before enabling Bluetooth or
WLAN functionality even in Flight mode.
■
Malware
Malware (short for malicious software) is
software that can harm the mobile phone
or other computers. Malware or harmful
applications can include viruses, worms,
spyware, and other unwanted programs.
While the device does employ security
measures to resist such efforts, Sony Mobile
Communications AB does not warrant or
represent that the device will be impervious
to the introduction of malware. You can
however reduce the risk of malware attacks
by using care when downloading content
or accepting applications, refraining from
opening or responding to messages from
unknown sources, using trustworthy
services to access the Internet, and only
downloading content to the mobile phone
from known, reliable sources.
■
Accessories
Use only Sony Mobile Communications AB
branded original accessories and certified
service partners. Sony Mobile
Communications AB does not test thirdparty accessories. Accessories may
influence RF exposure, radio performance,
loudness, electric safety and other areas.
Third-party accessories and parts may pose
a risk to your health or safety or decrease
performance.
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■
Disposal of old electrical and
electronic equipment
Electronic equipment and batteries should
not be included as household waste but
should be left at an appropriate collection
point for recycling. This helps prevent
potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health. Check
local regulations by contacting your local
city office, your household waste disposal
service, the shop where you purchased the
product or calling a Sony Mobile
Communications AB Contact Center. Do
not attempt to remove internal batteries.
Internal batteries shall be removed only by
a waste treatment facility or trained service
professional.
■
Disposing of the battery
Check local regulations or call a Sony
Mobile Communications AB Contact Center
for information. Never use municipal waste.
■
Memory card
If the product comes complete with a
removable memory card, it is generally
compatible with the handset purchased
but may not be compatible with other
devices or the capabilities of their memory
cards. Check other devices for compatibility
before purchase or use. If the product is
equipped with a memory card reader,
check memory card compatibility before
purchase or use.
Memory cards are generally formatted
prior to shipping. To reformat the memory
card, use a compatible device. Do not use
the standard operating system format
when formatting the memory card on a PC.
For details, refer to the operating
instructions of the device or contact
customer support.
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Warning!
Insert the memory card as far as it will go
into any memory card adapter needed.
The memory card may not operate
properly unless fully inserted.
・ We recommend that you make a backup
copy of important data. We are not
responsible for any loss or damage to
content you store on the memory card.
・ Recorded data may be damaged or lost
when you remove the memory card or
memory card adapter, turn off the power
while formatting, reading or writing data,
or use the memory card in locations
subject to static electricity or high
electrical field emissions.
・
If the device requires an adapter for insertion
into the handset or another device, do not
insert the card directly without the required
adapter.
■
Precautions on memory card use
Do not expose the memory card to
moisture.
・ Do not touch terminal connections with
your hand or any metal object.
・ Do not strike, bend, or drop the memory
card.
・ Do not attempt to disassemble or modify
the memory card.
・ Do not use or store the memory card in
humid or corrosive locations or in
excessive heat such as a closed car in
summer, in direct sunlight or near a
heater, etc.
・ Do not press or bend the end of the
memory card adapter with excessive
force.
・ Do not let dirt, dust, or foreign objects get
into the insert port of any memory card
adapter.
・ Check you have inserted the memory
card correctly.
・
■
Protection of personal information
Erase personal data before disposing of the
product. To delete data, perform a master
reset. Deleting data from the phone
memory does not ensure that it cannot be
recovered. Sony Mobile Communications
AB does not warrant against recovery of
information and does not assume
responsibility for disclosure of any
information even after a master reset.
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Loudness warning!
Avoid volume levels that may be harmful to
your hearing.
FCC Statement for the USA
This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and
(2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Any change or modification not expressly
approved by Sony Mobile Communications
AB may void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
・ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
・ Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
・ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
・ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Declaration of Conformity for
SO-05D
We, Sony Mobile Communications AB of
Nya Vattentornet SE-221 88 Lund, Sweden
declare under our sole responsibility that our
product
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Sony type PM-0020-BV and in combination
with our accessories, to which this
declaration relates is in conformity with the
appropriate standards EN 301 511:V9.0.2, EN
301 489-7:V1.3.1, EN 301 908-1:V5.2.1, EN 301
908-2:V5.2.1, EN 301 908-13:V5.2.1, EN 301
893:V1.6.1, EN 301 489-24:V1.5.1, EN 300 4402:V1.4.1, EN 301 489-3:V1.4.1, EN 300
328:V1.7.1, EN 301 489-17:V2.1.1, EN 302 2912:V1.1.1, EN 62209-1:2006 and EN 609501:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011,
following the provisions of Radio Equipment
and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment
Directive 1999/5/EC
Lund, July 2012
Pär Thuresson
Quality Officer, Head of Quality &
Validation
We fulfill the requirements of the R & TTE
Directive (1999/5/EC)
End User Licence
Agreement
End User Licence Agreement
Software delivered with this device and its
media is owned by Sony Mobile
Communications AB, and/or its affiliated
companies and its suppliers and licensors.
Sony Mobile grants you a non-exclusive
limited licence to use the Software solely in
conjunction with the Device on which it is
installed or delivered. Ownership of the
Software is not sold, transferred or otherwise
conveyed.
Do not use any means to discover the source
code or any component of the Software,
reproduce and distribute the Software, or
modify the Software. You are entitled to
transfer rights and obligations to the
Software to a third party, solely together with
the Device with which you received the
Software, provided the third party agrees in
writing to be bound by the terms of this
Licence.
This licence exists throughout the useful life
of this Device. It can be terminated by
transferring your rights to the Device to a
third party in writing.
Appendix/Index 258
Failure to comply with any of these terms and
conditions will terminate the licence
immediately.
Sony Mobile and its third party suppliers and
licensors retain all rights, title and interest in
and to the Software. To the extent that the
Software contains material or code of a third
party, such third parties shall be beneficiaries
of these terms.
This licence is governed by the laws of
Sweden. When applicable, the foregoing
applies to statutory consumer rights.
In the event Software accompanying or
provided in conjunction with your device is
provided with additional terms and
conditions, such provisions shall also govern
your possession and usage of the Software.
About Open Source
Software
About Open Source Software
This product includes certain open source or
other software originating from third parties
that is subject to the GNU General Public
License (GPL), GNU Library/Lesser General
Public License (LGPL) and different and/or
additional copyright licenses, disclaimers and
notices. The exact terms of GPL, LGPL and
some other licenses, disclaimers and notices
are reproduced in the about box in this
product and are also available at http://
opensource.sonymobile.com.
Sony Mobile offers to provide source code of
software licensed under the GPL or LGPL or
some other open source licenses allowing
source code distribution to you on a CD-ROM
for a charge covering the cost of performing
such distribution, such as the cost of media,
shipping and handling, upon written request
to Sony Mobile Communications AB, Open
Source Software Management, Nya
Vattentornet, SE-221 88 Lund, Sweden. This
offer is valid for a period of three (3) years
from the date of the distribution of this
product by Sony Mobile.
Appendix/Index 259
Export Controls and
Regulations
This product and its accessories may be
covered and controlled by Japan's export
control regulations ("Foreign Exchange and
Foreign Trade Law" and related laws and
regulations). If you wish to export this
product and/or its accessories, you must
complete the necessary procedures at your
own responsibility and cost. For details about
the procedure, contact the Ministry of
Economy, Trade and Industry.
Intellectual Property Right
About the Copyright and Portrait
rights
Copyrighted contents you recorded or
obtained from sites or Internet home pages
using this product by downloading or other
means, such as documents, images, music
data, software, are prohibited from
reproduction, transformation and
transmission over public lines without
consent of the copyright holders, unless
intended for personal use or any other
purpose permitted by law.
Note that some performances, shows, and
exhibitions may not allow photography,
movie shooting, or sound recording even for
personal use.
You should also refrain from taking a picture
of other people and disclosing it by such
means as posting it on a site on the Internet
without their consent because of possible
infringement of their right of portrait.
Appendix/Index 260
Trademarks
The company names and product names
appearing in this manual are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective
holders.
・ "FOMA", "i-mode", "i-Dppli", "Deco-mail", "spmode", "WORLD WING", "WORLD CALL",
"ToruCa", "mopera", "mopera U", "iD", "Xi" and
logo of "ToruCa" are trademarks or registered
trademarks of NTT DOCOMO, INC.
・ "Bluetooth" is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG. INC., and Sony Mobile
Communications is licensed to use them.
・ "Wi-Fi" is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi
Alliance.
・ Wi-Fi Protected Setup and Wi-Fi Protected
Setup logos are registered trademarks of Wi-Fi
Alliance.
・ The Wi-Fi Protected Setup Mark is a mark of
the Wi-Fi Alliance.
"Catch Phone (Call waiting service)" is a
registered trademark of Nippon Telegraph
and Telephone Corporation.
・ Rovi, G-GUIDE, G-GUIDE MOBILE
and their logos are trademarks or
registered trademarks in Japan of
U.S. Rovi Corporation and/or its affiliates.
・
"Xperia", "Timescape" and "Live Ware" are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony
Mobile Communications AB.
・ "Media Go" is a trademark or registered
trademark of Sony Media Software and
Services.
・ "PlayStation" and " " are trademarks or
registered trademarks or Sony Computer
Entertainment
Inc.
・
"BRAVIA", "Sony", "Sweep Multi Angle", "Sweep
Panorama", "WALKMAN", "xLOUD", "FeliCa" and
"Reader" are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
・ "POBox" and "POBox"
logo are registered
trademarks of Sony
Computer Science Laboratories, Inc.
"POBox" is a co-developed technology of
Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. and
Sony Mobile Communications Japan, Inc.
・ microSD logo is a trademark of SD-3C,
LLC.
・
is a registered trademark of FeliCa
Networks, Inc.
・ FeliCa is a contactless IC card technology
developed by Sony Corporation.
・ "Twitter" is a trademark or registered
trademark of Twitter, Inc.
・
Appendix/Index 261
"Google" and "Google" logo, "Android" and
"Android" logo, "Google Play" and "Google
Play" logo, "Google+", "Gmail", "mobile Google
Maps", "Google Talk", "Google Latitude",
"Google Calendar", "YouTube" and "YouTube"
logo and "Picasa" are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Google, Inc.
・ "Facebook" is a trademark or registered
trademark of Facebook, Inc.
・ mixi and mixi logo are registered trademarks
of mixi, Inc.
・ DLNA is a trademark or registered
trademark of the Digital Living
Network Alliance.
・ HDMI, the HDMI Logo and
High-Definition Multimedia
Interface, are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
・ "Microsoft", "Windows", "Outlook", "Windows
Vista", "Windows Server", "Windows Media"
and "ActiveSync" are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and other countries.
・ This product contains technology subject to
certain intellectual property rights of
Microsoft. Use or distribution of this
technology outside of this product is
prohibited without the appropriate license(s)
from Microsoft.
・
・
Content owners use Microsoft PlayReady™
content access technology to protect their
intellectual property, including copyrighted
content. This device uses PlayReady
technology to access PlayReady-protected
content and/or WMDRM-protected content.
If the device fails to properly enforce
restrictions on content usage, content owners
may require Microsoft to revoke the device's
ability to consume PlayReady-protected
content. Revocation should not affect
unprotected content or content protected by
other content access technologies. Content
owners may require you to upgrade
PlayReady to access their content. If you
decline an upgrade, you will not be able to
access content that requires the upgrade.
Appendix/Index 262
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4
visual and AVC patent portfolio license for the
personal and non-commercial use of a
consumer for (i) encoding video in
compliance with the MPEG-4 visual standard
("MPEG-4 video") or the AVC standard ("AVC
video") and/or (ii) decoding MPEG-4 or AVC
video that was encoded by a consumer
engaged in a personal and non-commercial
activity and/or was obtained from a video
provider licensed by MPEG LA to provide
MPEG-4 and/or AVC video. No license is
granted or shall be implied for any other use.
Additional information including that relating
to promotional, internal and commercial uses
and licensing may be obtained MPEG LA,
L.L.C. ("See http://www.mpegla.com "). MPEG
Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed
from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
・ Other product and company names
mentioned herein may be the trademarks of
their respective owners.
In context, TM and ® mark are omitted.
・ Any rights not expressly granted herein are
reserved. All other trademarks are property of
their respective owners.
・
SIM unlock
This terminal supports SIM unlock. If you
release SIM lock, you can use SIM by a carrier
other than NTT DOCOMO.
・ The SIM unlock service is provided at a
docomo Shop.
・ A SIM unlock charge is separately required.
・ If you use a SIM other than by DOCOMO, LTE
system is not available. Available services and
functions will be limited. DOCOMO is not
liable to any failures or malfunctions.
・ For details of SIM unlock, refer to NTT
DOCOMO website.
Appendix/Index 263
Index
A
About phone ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 148
Access point
Block access point change ・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Initializing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 124
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 122
Accessibility ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 148
Account setting
Facebook・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 136
Google ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Removing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 137
Accounts & sync ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Auto-sync ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 137
Adjusting sound volume ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
Airplane mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 118
Alarm & clock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 215
Setting alarm ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 216
Album ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 195
Anshin Scan ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Application screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 66
Group ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 74, 75
Learning ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 66
Recommends ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 66, 76
Switching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 76
Applications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 66
Adding to Home screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 73
Icon ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
Managing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 131
Searching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 75
Sorting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 73
Uninstalling・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 65, 73, 132
Applications button ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 60, 66
Apps ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 131
Audible touch tones ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 126
AUTO-GPS ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Auto-rotate screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
B
Backlight
Turning off ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 30, 127
Turning on ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 31, 148
Backup & reset ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 146
Battery ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 131
Battery level ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 27, 148
Battery pack ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 25
Bluetooth ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 156
Pair setting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 157
Phone name ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 157
Bluetooth keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 59
Book Store MyShelf ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Bookmark ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 111
Bookmarking a web page ・・・・・・・・・・・・ 111
Editing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 111
Opening ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 111
Brightness ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 127
C
Calculator ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
Calendar ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 213
Creating schedule・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 213
Viewing schedule ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 214
Call・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 77
Appendix/Index 264
Declining ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 79, 80
Ending a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78
Hold・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 81
Making ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 77, 80
Mute ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 81
Receiving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78, 80
Speaker ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 81
Call forwarding service ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Call history ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 82
Adding to Phonebook ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 83
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 83
Making a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 83
Call notification・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Call settings・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84, 125
Call Waiting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Caller ID display request service ・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Caller ID notification ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Camera ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 175
Face detection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 180
Front camera・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 182
Front video camera ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 189
Quick launch ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 179
Recording videos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 189
Settings (still camera) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 185
Settings (video camera) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 190
Shooting still pictures ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 178
Smile detection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 181
Sweep Multi Angle ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 183
Sweep Panorama ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 183
3D Sweep Panorama ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 183
Character entry ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
Character mode ・・・・・・・・・・・ 43, 46, 49, 51
Input method ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 43, 46, 49, 51
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Charging ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 26
Using a PC ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 29
Using AC adapter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 28
Using DC adapter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 28
Chat ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 106
Checkbox ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Connected devices (Media server) ・・・・・・・ 159
Contact Picker 2.3 ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 58
Contacts ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
D
Data synchronization
Auto-sync ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 137
Data usage ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 117
Date & time ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 146
Developer options ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 148
Device ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
Dial ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
Disaster kit ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Display・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 127
dmarket・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 161
dmenu ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 161
docomo backup ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
docomo mini UIM card ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 18, 23
PIN ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 141
docomo service ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Download ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
E
Ear speaker volume ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 81
Early Warning "Area Mail"・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 107
eBook Reader by Sony ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
eco mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 72
Email ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 99
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 102
Appendix/Index 265
Forwarding ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 102
Initial settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 99
Receiving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 101
Replying ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 102
Saving attachment file ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 102
Sending ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 100
Email account
Adding ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 104
Changing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 103
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 104
Emergency call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 77
English guidance ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
H
Facebook・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 136
FM radio ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 174
Foursquare ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 204
Handwriting input ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 51
HDMI ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 200
HighlightCam ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Home application ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 60, 76
Home screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 60
Adding ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 64
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 64
Folder ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
Group ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 64
Kisekae ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
Learning ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 60
List ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 61
Shortcut ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 61, 65
Sorting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 65
Wallpaper ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
Widget ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 62, 65
G
I
G-GUIDE Program table ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Gmail ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 106
Google ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Google Maps・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 209
Current location ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 210
Directions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 211
Google Latitude ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 212
Layers ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 211
Street View ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 210
Google Talk ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 106
Google+ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
GPS function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 207
Enabling GPS function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 209
Enabling Wireless networks ・・・・・・・・・・・ 209
IC Tag/Barcode Reader ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
i-channel ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
i-concier ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
Index character ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Infrared communication ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 153
Infrared data port ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 22, 153
Initial settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 31
Internal storage ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 129
Format ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 130
International call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78
International roaming ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 72
International roaming service ・・・・・・・・・・・ 222
International roaming setting ・・・・・・・・・・・ 228
IrDA (Infrared communication) ・・・・・・・・・・ 153
F
Appendix/Index 266
J
Japanese syllabary keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 49
K
Keys ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 36
Kisekae ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
Koe-no-Takuhaibin ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
L
Landscape view ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Language & input ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 145
Let's start PSM・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
Light sensor ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 22
Link ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 110
Location services ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 138, 207
Location-based Wi-Fi ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 122
M
Machi-chara ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
Map Application ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Media Go・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 153
Media Player ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 201
Play list ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 203
Playback ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 201
Memo ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
Message (SMS) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 96
Deleting message ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 98
Deleting thread ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 98
New registration of contact ・・・・・・・・・・・・ 97
Receiving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 97
Sending ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 96
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 98
Messenger ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
MHL ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 200
microSD card ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 24, 129
Format ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 130
microUSB cable・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 149
Missed call・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 83
mixi ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 204
Mobile BRAVIA Engine ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 127
mopera U ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 124
mopera U Mail ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 105
Movies ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
Moving data ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 149
Music Unlimited ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
My profile ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 91
N
Name card creator ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Network connection settings・・・・・・・・・・・・ 112
Network mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 226
Network service ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Notification icon ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 33
Notification LED ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 36
Notification panel ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 35
Notification ringtone ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 126
Nuisance call blocking service ・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
O
OfficeSuite ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 221
Omakase Lock・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 138
Online dictionary ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
Osaifu-Keitai ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 163
Osaifu-Keitai Lock Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・ 165
Own number ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 6, 91, 148
Appendix/Index 267
P
PC Companion ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 150, 242
Personal ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK code) ・・・・・ 141
Phone language ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 145
Phonebook ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Accounts to display ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Adding a new entry ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 86
Combining ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 90
Communication ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Contacts display order ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 87
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 90
Editing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
Exporting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 94
Favorites ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
Groups ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Importing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 94, 95
Infrared ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 92
Making a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 87
My profile ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 91
Ringtone ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 90
Searching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 87
Sending ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 92
Setting photo ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
TimeLine ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Phonebook list screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Phonepad keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 43
PIN code ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
Play Movies ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Play Store ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 162
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 163
Installing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 162
Playing video ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 197
POBox Touch User Guide ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 59
Preferred apps settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 60, 133
Proximity sensor ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 22
Q
QWERTY keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 46
R
Radio button ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Recent calls screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 82
Recording videos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 189
Remote operation settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Remote support ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
Reset ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 146
Ringtone setting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 126
Ringtone volume ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 79, 125
S
Schedule ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
Screen lock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 30, 142
Changing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 143
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 142
Unlocking ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 143
Screen lock setting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 128
Screenshot ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
SD card backup ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 219
Searching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Voice search ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Second call settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Security ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 138
Security code
Network security code ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK code) ・・・ 141
PIN code ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
Setting menu ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 112
Appendix/Index 268
Setup guide ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 31
Shabette concier・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
Shabette-Key-Nyuryoku ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
Shooting still pictures ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 178
Silent mode・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 126
SIM card lock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 141
Software keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 41
Software update ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 240
Sound ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
Specific Absorption Rate of Mobile Phone
・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
246
Specification ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 243
sp-mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 124
sp-mode mail ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 96
Status bar ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 33
Status icon ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 33
Stereo Headset with Microphone
・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 80,
174, 194
Stopwatch ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 218
Storage ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 129
System・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 146
T
Tethering ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 120
USB tethering ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 120
Wi-Fi tethering ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 121
Theme ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 127
Timer ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 218
Timescape ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 204
Filter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 205
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 204, 207
Tile ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 205
ToruCa ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 166
Touch screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Drag・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Flick ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Pinch ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Scroll ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Tap ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Touch and hold ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Transferring data ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 149
Troubleshooting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 231
Turning power on/off ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 30
Twitter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71, 204
U
Update Center ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 240
USB connection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 29, 149
USB keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 59
USB storage・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 129
Format ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 130
User dictionary ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
English user dictionary ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Japanese user dictionary ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
User dictionary settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Backing up and restoring ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
V
Vibration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 98, 126, 216
Video Unlimited ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Viewing photos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 196
Voice mail service ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
VPN ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 119
W
WALKMAN ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Wallpaper ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
Web browser ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 108
Adding a tab ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Appendix/Index 269
Adjusting settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 110
Closing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Copying text ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Displaying ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Exiting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Going back to the previous page ・・・・・・ 108
Moving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 108
Opening ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 108
Searching text・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Setting home page ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 110
Switching tabs ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Zooming in/out ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Web history ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 111
Wi-Fi ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 112
Sleep policy ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 116
Wi-Fi Direct ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 122
Wireless & networks ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 112
Word suggestion ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 55
Words by learning ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
WORLD CALL ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78
World clock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 217
WORLD WING ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 222
Numerics
1Seg ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68, 167
Initial settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 168
TVlink ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 171
Watching program ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 169
1Seg antenna cable ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 167
X
xLOUD ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
Xperia ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 133
Xperia Chinese keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
Xperia Japanese keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Xperia keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
Xperia Start Up ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
Y
YouTube ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 198
Appendix/Index 270
Make various applications or charge your billing plan, check your charges and points, and more online.
sp-mode: dmenu ⇒ " お客様サポートへ (To Customer support)" ⇒ " 各種お申込・お手続き (Various applications/procedures)"
PC: My docomo (http://www.mydocomo.com/) ⇒ 各種お申込・お手続き (Various applications/procedures)
(In Japanese only)
* When using with sp-mode, "Network security code" is required.
* When using with sp-mode, you may be charged.
* "docomo ID and password" are required for use.
* Please contact "General Inquiries" described on the last page of this manual if you forget or do not have "docomo ID and password".
* May not be available in some cases depending on the conditions of your subscription.
* There are cases where the site may not be available due to system maintenance, etc.
Don't forget your mobile phone ... or your manners!
Remember to be courteous to others when you use your terminal.
Turn the power off when you are:
Keep your voice and ring tone down
In places where use is prohibited
Be sure to switch the power off in an aircraft or a
hospital.
* Turn off your terminal even in hospital lobbies
and waiting rooms as well as hospital wards if
electronic medical devices may be in use near
you.
■ In crowded places such as peak-hour trains if
implanted electronic medical devices may be in
use near you
Radio waves emitted by the terminal may
adversely affect implanted pacemakers and ICDs
when used in close proximity.
■ Driving
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving will
result in a penalty.
However, absolutely necessary cases such as
rescue of a sick person or maintaining public's
safety are exempted.
■ In places such as theaters, cinemas, and art
galleries
Using the terminal in a public place, where you
need to be quiet, annoys people around you.
■
■
Keep your voice down in quiet places like
restaurants and hotel lobbies.
■ If you are in an outdoor public place, make sure
you do not disturb others.
Respect privacy
Please be considerate of the privacy of
individuals around you when taking and
sending photos using camera-equipped
mobile phones.
Have good manners
The terminal is equipped with useful functions
not to answer an incoming call or to mute the
sound.
【Vibrate】(P.126)
Vibrates when there is an incoming call.
【Silent mode】(P.126)
Silent mode mutes the sounds of the terminal such
as the keypad sounds and the ring tone.
* Shutter sound cannot be muted.
You can also use optional services such as the
Voice Mail Service (P.84) and Call Forwarding
Service (P.84).
General Inquiries
<docomo Information Center>
0120-005-250 (toll free)
Repairs
*Service available in: English, Portuguese, Chinese, Spanish, Korean.
*Unavailable from part of IP phones.
(Business hours: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.)
■From DOCOMO mobile phones (In Japanese only)
(No prefix) 151 (toll free)
■From DOCOMO mobile phones (In Japanese only)
(No prefix) 113 (toll free)
*Unavailable from land-line phones, etc.
■From land-line phones (In Japanese only)
0120-800-000 (toll free)
*Unavailable from part of IP phones.
(Business hours: 24 hours (open all year round))
*Unavailable from land-line phones, etc.
■From land-line phones (In Japanese only)
0120-800-000 (toll free)
*Unavailable from part of IP phones.
(Business hours: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (open all year round))
●Please confirm the phone number before you dial.
●For Applications or Repairs and After-Sales Service, please contact the above-mentioned information center or the docomo
Shop etc. near you on the NTT DOCOMO website.
NTT DOCOMO website http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/
Loss or theft of terminal or payment of cumulative cost overseas
Failures encountered overseas
<docomo Information Center>
<Network Support and Operation Center>
(available 24 hours a day)
(available 24 hours a day)
From DOCOMO mobile phones
From DOCOMO mobile phones
International call access code
for the country you stay
-81-3-6832-6600* (toll free)
International call access code
for the country you stay
-81-3-6718-1414* (toll free)
*You are charged a call fee to Japan when calling from a land-line phone, etc.
*If you use SO-05D, you should dial the number +81-3-6832-6600
(to enter '+', touch and hold '0').
*You are charged a call fee to Japan when calling from a land-line phone, etc.
*If you use SO-05D, you should dial the number +81-3-6718-1414
(to enter '+', touch and hold '0').
From land-line phones
From land-line phones
<Universal number>
<Universal number>
Universal number international
prefix
Universal number international
prefix
-8000120-0151*
*You might be charged a domestic call fee according to the call rate for
the country you stay.
*For international call access codes for major countries and universal number
international prefix, refer to DOCOMO International Services website.
●If you lose your terminal or have it stolen, immediately take
the steps necessary for suspending the use of the terminal.
●If the terminal you purchased is damaged, bring your terminal
to a repair counter specified by DOCOMO after returning to Japan.
-8005931-8600*
*You might be charged a domestic call fee according to the call rate for
the country you stay.
*For international call access codes for major countries and universal number
international prefix, refer to DOCOMO International Services website.
Samples
■Sony Mobiles Communications Japan, Inc
Inquiries: Customer support center (In Japanese only)
0120-111-156 Available also from
mobile phones, IP phones.
٧When using your mobile phone in a public place, don’t forget to From part of IP phones, 0466-31-2516
show common courtesy and consideration for others around you. ●Please confirm the phone number before you dial.
(Business hours: Weekdays 10:00 to 18:00,
We collect old phones, etc. regardless of brands and
Saturday/Sunday/National holidays 10:00 to 17:00)
manufacturers. Bring them to your nearest docomo Shop.
Website http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/ (In Japanese only)
*Items to be collected: mobile phones, PHS, battery packs,
chargers, desktop holders (regardless of brands and manufacturers)
Don’t forget your mobile phone・・・or your manners!
Sales: NTT DOCOMO, INC.
Manufacturer: Sony Mobile
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